Published by Silvana Editoriale. Edited by Barbara Cinelli, Flavio Fergonzi, Philip Rylands.
This publication celebrates Marino Marini (1901–80), one of the most important postwar Italian sculptors, documenting his career with an emphasis on the themes for which he is best known: equestrian statuary and the female nude.
Published by Silvana Editoriale. Edited by Fabio Fergonzi, Barbara Cinelli.
Marino Marini: Visual Passions places the postwar Italian sculptor (1901–80) and his famed equestrian figures in their art-historical context for the first time, relating Marini’s work to that of Rodin, Maillol, Lembruck, Picasso and Moore.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Cristina Inęs Steingräber, Sibylle Luig. Text by Rolf Johannsen, Andreas Kaernbach, Sibylle Luig, Peter-Klaus Schuster, Cristina Inęs Steingräber.
This homage to one of the twentieth century's most serious sculptors--often grouped with Alberto Giacometti and Henry Bogs--concentrates on Marini's greatest theme: horse and rider. For over 30 years, Marini has returned continuously to the subject of a figure falling from a horse--the miracolo of the title--exploring it in classically balanced sculpture and prints. Many people will know this artist's work from his iconic piece in the renowned Sculpture Garden at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Miracolo not only pursues the thematic and artistic development of the horse-and-rider motif, but also tracks its variations around the world--beginning with Miracolo: L'idea di un'immagine, which was reinstalled in 2005 in the Bundestag quarter of downtown Berlin. With a photo series by Stefan Erfurt.