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    The small utopia : ars multiplicata / curated by Germano Celant.
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    Milan [Italy] : Fondazione Prada, 2012.
    Subjects
  • Multiple art -- Exhibitions.
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  • Art, Modern -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.
  •  
  • Utopias in art -- Exhibitions.
  •  
  • Avant-garde (Aesthetics) -- Exhibitions.
  • ISBN: 
    9788887029543 (hc.)
    8887029547 (hc.)
    Description: 
    339 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm.
    Content Notes: 
    Exhibition catalog.
    Catalog of an exhibition organized by Fondazione Prada and presented at Ca' Corner della Regina, Venice, 6 July -25 November 2012.
    "In addition to a text by the curator, the volume contains essays by scholars, theorists and artists that take a historical, critical, philosophical and sociological look at the theme of multiplication in art through a variety of languages and media: magazines, books, radio, film, design, fashion, performance and editions of artists' originals and multiples, over a period that stretches from the historical Avant-Garde to the 1970s"--Page [11].
    Additional Author: 
    Celant, Germano.
    Fondazione Prada (Milan, Italy)
    Ca' Corner della Regina (Venice, Italy)
    Summary: 
    The title of the exhibition, The Small Utopia. Ars Multiplicata, is a reference to the dream, handed down from the historic avant-gardes to the artists of today, of achieving the democratic dissemination of art through a multiplication of the work of art as object, in order to favor a different perception and use of it from the aesthetic and social standpoint.
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    Includes bibliographical references.
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    Exhibition catalogs.
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    Ars multiplicata /
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