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Boetti, Alighiero, 1940-1994

 Person

Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:

1999/2000 / Wiens Laden & Verlag ; Acconci V ; Boetti A ; Anderson L ; Andre C ; Williams E ; Kostelanetz R ; Arakawa ; Arp H ; Lissitzky E ; Wolfli A ; Artmann HC ; Bal E ; Ball H ; Bayer K ; Beuys J ; Bloom B ; Blume A ; Boltanski C ; Brecht G ; Breton A ; Broodthaers M ; Brouwn S ; Bruly-Bouabre F ; Brus G ; Buren D ; Cage J ; Carrion U ; Cendrars B ; Chopin H ; Claus CF ; Copley W ; Corner P ; Huelsenbeck R ; Darboven H ; Debord G ; VanDoesburg T ; Dubuffet J ; Duchamp M ; Ernst M ; Federman R ; Filliou R ; Finlay IH ; Fischli P ; Weiss D ; Hendricks J ; Flynt H ; Knowles A ; Patterson B ; Schmit T ; Marinetti FT ; Gappmayr H ; General Idea ; Gerz J ; Giorno J ; Gomringer E ; Gonzalez-Torres F ; Gosewitz L ; Gysin B ; Roth D ; Hansen A ; Warhol A ; Hausmann R ; Heidsieck B ; Janicot F ; Higgins D ; Holzer J ; Iannone D ; Indiana R ; Johns J ; Kabakov I ; Kaprow A ; Kassak L ; Kawara O ; Kopke A ; Weiss C ; Kosuth J ; Drucker J ; Lax R ; Lebel JJ ; Maciunas G ; Malevich K ; Manzoni P ; Mayakovsky V ; McLuhan M ; Merz M ; Messager A ; Michaux H ; Mon F ; Nitsch H ; Novak L ; Olson C ; Ono Y ; Opalka R ; Mathews H ; Parmiggiani C ; Pettibone R ; Phillips T ; Cahun C ; Picabia F ; Porter B ; Rodchenko A ; Roth D ; Ruhm G ; Ruscha E ; Saito T ; Satie E ; Schmidt SJ ; Schneemann C ; Schwitters K ; Spoerri D ; Stein G ; Topor R ; Tuttle R ; Finch P ; Uecker G ; Ulrichs T ; Ben ; Voss J ; Vostell W ; Warhol A ; Weibel P ; Weiner L ; Williams E ; Noel A ; Dufrene F ; Ginsberg A ; Hanson S ; Heissenbuttel H ; Jandl E ; Joyce J ; MacLow J ; Hartmann W., 1999 - 2000

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Identifier: CC-36233-38020

Alighiero e Boetti , 2011

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Identifier: CC-54247-643135
Scope and Contents Amazon.com: "Alighiero e Boetti (1940-1994) has emerged as one of the most significant figures of postwar European art whose practice is having an unfolding impact on younger artists. His powerful influence can be attributed to the material diversity of his work, its conceptual ingenuity, and his political sensibility. His work, though usually associated with the Italian Arte Povera group and Conceptual Art, has never quite fit into these contexts. Boetti ceased making Arte Povera--type objects in 1969 after a few years of association with the group, and his later choice of materials (embroidery, calligraphy, mosaic, kilims) put a gulf between his work and that of most artists of the 1970s and 1980s."The author, Mark Godfrey, is a curator at Tate Modern in London and a former lecturer at the Slade School of Art, University College London.Boetti had an idiosyncratic style of working, and he often collaborated with or commissioned others to execute his ideas, including his celebrated...
Dates: 2011

Alighiero E. Boetti: Gagosian Gallery, 2001

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Identifier: CC-43589-45667
Scope and Contents

This exhibition mostly dealt with tapestries. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2001

Art in America. No.7/Jul / Fahlstrom O ; Boetti A., 2001

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Identifier: CC-36279-38069
Scope and Contents

Raphael Rubinstein contributes an in depth essay "Fahlstrom Afresh" reexamining Oyvind Fahlstrom's timely art in the first U.S. retrospective in 20 years. Marcia E. Vetrocq writes abour the work of Alighiero Boetti in "Rules of the Game." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2001

Artists' Books:Transgression / Excess / Arias-Misson A; Baumgardner L; Boetti A; Brecht G; Broodthaers M; Brouwn S; Brus G; Darboven H; Debord G; Duchamp M; Ernst M; Filliou R; Finlay IH; Iannone D; General Idea; Kippenberger M; Kopcke A; LeWitt S; Manzoni P; Nauman B; Noel A; Rollins T; Roth D; Schmit T; Siegelaub S; Spoerri D; Ulrichs T; Voss J; Williams E., 2007

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Identifier: CC-47039-49777
Scope and Contents

This was an exhibition about the resolutely special and intimate manisfestation of artistic practice that is the artist book. Not rare but still infrequently exhibited, the artist's book is a unique medium that establishes horizontal connections with drawing, painting, objects, sculpture, photography, collage, calligraphy and performance, and to activities like poetry, philosophy, storytelling and sorcery. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2007

Data. No.27 / Ciacia Nicastro, editor ; Boetti A ; Lacy S ; Herschman L ; Marioni T ; Sonfist A ; Gaul W ; Montessori E ; Accardi C ; Natalia ; Asher M., 1977

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Identifier: CC-54738-990171
Scope and Contents

Corinna Ferrari contributed an illustrates essay "L'alfabeto dei segni," an interpretation on the work of Alighiero Boetti. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1977