How to Imagine: A Narrative on Art and Agriculture
  • Author: Baruchello, Gianfranco & Henry Martin
  • Binding: Clothbound
  • Pages: 160
  • Size: 5-1/4 x 8-1/4"
  • Pub. Year: 1984
  • ISBN: 0-914232-51-7
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Price: $20.00
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Taking the farm he operates outside Rome as his starting point, Baruchello -- one of the outstanding poly-artists to emerge from Italy in the 1960s -- explores the spaces and forces that surround and nurture imagination and perception. How to Imagine began as a series of conversations between the authors, which accounts for the captivating and personal tone, fired by the wit of a natural raconteur, and filled with lively and unexpected revelations.

REVIEWS:
"If you can imagine Marcel Duchamp as a farmer, you'll begin to catch the flavor of this wry, idiosyncratic work, in which the day-to-day concerns of husbandry are wonderfully intertwined with a series of intense, insightful meditations on the possibilities of art."
-- Donald Barthleme
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AUTHOR:
Gianfranco Baruchello has been a vital presence in the major galleries, museums, and private collections of both Europe and America since 1961, including the Guggenheim Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He has described his works as "using the various modes of art...
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