Artists' Invitations, 1965-1985
By Bruno Tonini
A lesser-known aspect of art from the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s is the material printed for the specific purpose of documenting an exhibition.
Whether a card or a piece of paper, artists themselves were intimately involved in the creative process that led to the object’s production.
Using a wealth of archival material, this book covers a wide range of artistic contexts, including Fluxus, minimalism, conceptualism, land art, and pop art, in its investigation of the historical and political significance these movements had in their respective locations and also encompasses new critical attention on Spanish and South American art.
Designed by Gas Devy
Published by Danilo Montanari, 2019
Bilingual, in Italian and English
Softcover, color and b&w images, 6.5 × 9.5 inches