7 edition of Fortunato Depero found in the catalog.
by Lowry Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Estorick Collection (Corporate Author)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
Monograph of work of Italian Futurist artist Fortunato Depero (–). Printed in part on various colored papers; numerous leaves printed on both sides. Illustrated throughout with typographical compositions and reproductions of paintings, drawings, and photogrpahs; includes sections such as "Cuscini Depero" and "Pubblicità Depero," with. Fortunato Depero was not fluent in English, so he created a personal Pictionary-esque learning aid. The hand scrawled script and simple line drawings explores a range of linguistic necessities like human anatomy (describing a “stomach ache,” distinguishing “lips” from “teeth”), animals (describing the anatomy of a bird), food, furniture, the layout of his bedroom, and so on.
This gorgeous, clothbound, nearly page volume presents a generous overview of one of the Futurist movement's most prolific and visionary figures. Fortunato Depero announced his allegiance to the Futurist cause with the manifesto "Futurist Reconstruction of the Universe" (coauthored with Giacomo Balla), and went on to attempt exactly that, traversing all disciplines—painting, sculpture. CIMA Fellow Raffaele Bedarida introduces Fortunato Depero's book Depero Futurista, also known as the "bolted" book. It was on view at the Center for Italian Modern Art as part of the inaugural exhibition "Fortunato Depero" (February 21 - J ).
In , Fortunato Depero published a collection of his work that would become one of the most revered books in the canon of design. The Italian artist and designer, who is also famed for his. Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Fortunato Depero. Artworks. Artists. Auctions. Editorial. More. Log in. Sign up. Shop works for sale (3) Fortunato Depero. Italian, – followers • Follow. Shop works for sale (3) Fortunato Depero Nationality: Italian.
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Welcome to the official website for the Bolted Book, featuring the first exact copy of Fortunato Depero’s masterpiece of graphic design and bookmaking—Depero historic facsimile—hailed by de Volkskrant in Amsterdam as “the most beautiful publication of the year”—was published in by Designers & Books in collaboration with the Center for Italian Modern Art in.
Fortunato Depero. Italian Futurist artist/designer The Bolted Book “Depero Futurista” was a ground breaking typographic experiment. A copy of Fortunato Depero’s Bolted Book will be sent to you from Italy in the coming year.“ - Includes, in July, one copy of The Bolted Book Facsimile + Reader’s Guide.
Your name, or the name of your choosing, will be featured on an acknowledgments page in the Reader’s Guide. Fortunato Depero (–) encountered Futurism on a visit to Florence in and quickly became one of its leading exponents. In Depero relocated to New York, the city he called the New Babel, where he lived and worked between anddesigning costumes for stage productions, covers for magazines including The New Yorker and 5/5(2).
Depero dedicates his book to Futurism’s founder: “I set off this futurist creation as a sign of celebration for F. Marinetti.” The letter W in the center of the composition is an Italian abbreviation of the words “long live” as in “Long live Marinetti.” It appears on numerous pages throughout Depero Futurista.
Fortunato Depero. Born inFortunato Depero was welcomed into the core of the Futurist movement inafter exhibiting a series of drawings inspired by Boccioni’s sculptures.
He was an extremely talented and multifaceted artist, and his works span the realms of painting, sculpture, set and costume design, typography and advertisement. Carte Postale Moderne Fortunato Depero Velocita Astratte and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Fortunato Depero () was an Italian Futuristic artist from Rovereto, in the Trentino Region.
This was the inaugural exhibition for the Center for Italian Modern Art, NY. Seller Inventory # ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Organizzata dalla Sezione contemporanea del Museo provinciale d'arte di Trento, con la collaborazione della Civica galleria Museo Fortunato Depero di Rovereto, a cura di Gabriella Belli, Rovereto, 12 novembre gennaio "--Page opp.
title page. Original copy of Fortunato Depero’s ‘Depero Futurista’ () (photo by the author for Hyperallergic) Considered by many to be the first modern artist’s book, Depero Futurista would scar Author: Claire Voon.
Conceived in by the Italian Futurist Fortunato Depero, the book was created as both a showcase for Depero’s work and a platform for his iconoclastic ideas.
These ideas anticipated, by almost years, an approach to design- and art-making that can be seen everywhere today — from the breaking down of barriers between fine art and. COVID Resources.
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Fortunato Depero was born on Main Fondo, Italy. Depero was schooled at Scuola Reale Elisabettina in Rovereto, Italy, where he was taught to develop technical specialization and applied arts techniques. InDepero began working as an apprentice with a marble worker to further his artistic development.
InDepero discovered the futurist. The book Depero futurista, designed by Fortunato Depero and published by Fedele Azari inalso known as ‘Bolted Book,’ can be considered an overview of these graphic innovations and a masterpiece in the history of printing.
Fortunato Depero's "Bolted Catalogue" of Futurist Graphics CE For the Biennale Internazionale delle Arti Decorative in Monza, Italy, Italian futurist painter, writer, sculptor and graphic designer, and industrial designer Fortunato Depero designed a Book Pavilion for publishers Bestetti Treves Tumminelli, built entirely out of giant.
When CIMA’s inaugural exhibition on Fortunato Depero opened to the public in Februarywe devoted one room to Depero Futurista, showcasing each page. The book is known familiarly as The Bolted Book, because of its unique binding: two industrial aluminum bolts.
Depero futurista, [Fortunato Depero] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. You can try to dismantle your e-reader, but you can't unscrew an eBook. Despite having cast his artistic mind, as did his fellow 20th-century Italian Futurists, forcefully into the world to come, could Fortunato Depero have imagined that such a question would arise in the 21st.
The Trentino-born painter, writer, sculptor, and graphic designer, led a highly creative life, producing no work more. Between andFortunato Depero churned out a huge number of advertisement sketches for Campari, the liqueur and beverage company that Milanese entrepreneur Davide Campari led at the time.
As Maurizio Scudiero has explained, the Rovereto-born artist would never have encountered the brand “without the intermediation of Fedele Azari, an aviator, poet, networker, publisher, collector. Fortunato Depero's Role in Typographic Expansion Fortunato Depero was born in Fondo, Italy on Ma and died on Novem He was a talented painter, stage designer, illustrator, artist, and writer who played a key role in advancing the uses of typography.Italian Futurist artist/designer Fortunato Depero designed this book pavilion for Bestetti, Tuminelli, and Treves Publishing Houses.
It was built for the Biennale Internazionale delle Arti Decorative in Monza, Italy. The pavilion was an experiment in using type as structure. Only two photos exist of the pavilion, and both are from the same point of view. The book Depero futurista, designed by Fortunato Depero and published by Fedele Azari in can be considered a comprehensive composite of all the Futurist graphic innovations.
The volume, printed in an album format, is also known as libro imbullonato (‘Bolted Book;’ figure 8), because the cover boards were held together by two metal bolts.