CORRADO LEVI

One of the most versatile and unorthodox people on the Italian art scene, Corrado Levi has turned his contacts with different generations of artists and intellectuals into an art that is deeply committed and ethical, at once light and ironic. A follower of architects Franco Albini and Carlo Mollino, writers Karl Kraus and Erik Satie, and artists of the arte povera, transavanguardia, and graffiti movements, Levi here is presented as artist, critic, theorist, and, above all, free thinker.

Text: Beatrice Luca , autori vari et al. cm 16,5×22,5; pp. 240; 53 ill. COL e 77 BW ills.; paperback. Publisher: Charta, Milano, 2002.

ISBN: 9788881583874| 8881583879
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One of the most versatile and unorthodox people on the Italian art scene, Corrado Levi has turned his contacts with different generations of artists and intellectuals into an art that is deeply committed and ethical, at once light and ironic. A follower of architects Franco Albini and Carlo Mollino, writers Karl Kraus and Erik Satie, and artists of the arte povera, transavanguardia, and graffiti movements, Levi here is presented as artist, critic, theorist, and, above all, free thinker.