Antonio Marras: Nulla dies sine linea

Life, Diaries and Notes of a Restless Man

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Antonio Marras, known as “the most intellectual of Italian stylists”, is renowned above all for creating fusions of the worlds in the creative universe, from cinema to poetry to history and visual art. This last is in fact the focus of Nulla dies sine linea. Marras stands at the centre of a poetic universe comprising different languages, oscillating among digressions from one material to another, from one technique to another, from one expressive form to another. The volume presents a series of new and previously seen installations, and hundreds of drawings, sketches, snippets that Marras has created over the years during his innumerable travels. The monograph also includes contributions by poets, musicians, writers, artists, intellectuals and journalists, thereby highlighting just how much Marras considers relations as poetic elements and part of his solitary course.

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Francesca Alfano Miglietti

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Antonio Marras, known as “the most intellectual of Italian stylists”, is renowned above all for creating fusions of the worlds in the creative universe, from cinema to poetry to history and visual art. This last is in fact the focus of Nulla dies sine linea. Marras stands at the centre of a poetic universe comprising different languages, oscillating among digressions from one material to another, from one technique to another, from one expressive form to another. The volume presents a series of new and previously seen installations, and hundreds of drawings, sketches, snippets that Marras has created over the years during his innumerable travels. The monograph also includes contributions by poets, musicians, writers, artists, intellectuals and journalists, thereby highlighting just how much Marras considers relations as poetic elements and part of his solitary course.

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Weight 1658 g
Dimensions 21.4 x 27.9 cm
Publisher name Skira Editore S.p.A
Publication date 1 February 2018
Number of pages 274
Format Hardback
Contributors Edited by Francesca Alfano Miglietti
Dimensions 21.4 x 27.9 cm
Weight 1658 g