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Maurizio Cattelan: Breath Ghosts Blind

Maurizio Cattelan: Breath Ghosts Blind

  • Editors Notes

    New and selected works from the master prankster and art saboteur

    Accompanying Maurizio Cattelan's (born 1960) solo exhibition of the same name at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Breath Ghosts Blind follows the artist's first show in Italy for many years. The exhibition intermixes the artist's classic pieces with a new body of work, paralleling the show's thematic core: the cycle of life and the relationship between individual and collective memory. The fully illustrated hardcover monograph delves into these themes, featuring analysis from an array of critics, philosophers and theologians, including Francesco Bonami, Nancy Spector, Arnon Grunberg, Andrea Pinotti and Monsignor Timothy Verdon. It also features an in-depth conversation between the exhibition's curators and Cattelan himself.



    208 pages

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