Essays by Franco Battitato and Alessandro Riva.
Published by Charta
“Mainly he draws,” an Italian critic once wrote about Velasco's work with laconic irony, for draw he certainly does: sitting, standing, in front of the TV, in a bar, on the beach. Ceaselessly, everywhere, anywhere, day after day, the pieces of paper pile up. Remarkably, then, this is the first book to document the artist's prolific work on paper.
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