Essays by Carlo Bertelli and Emilio Vedova.
Published by Charta
The work of Emilio Vedova, born in Venice in 1919, has always fused political critique and artistic engagement. From his early days as a participant in the Resistance of the 1940s and a signer of the manifesto Oltre Guernica,Vedova has never stopped working, protesting and challenging himself. He began with his own artistic education: he is essentially self-taught, and has not shied away from continuing to experiment with new techniques and formats. Best known for painting--for which he was awarded the Venice Biennale's Grand Prize in 1960--he has also designed costumes and moving light sets for the opera and made large-scale glass engravings and light collages. Emilio Vedova documents a selection of his work from the 1950s to today.
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