From the long experience of "Art & Dossier", the leading art magazine in Italy published by Giunti, this new series goes into different topics of the art world and is written by the most renowned critics and art historians. All essays are made up of a text section, and close with a rich artwork section.
In the World of Klimt - E. di Stefano
A gripping, precise and complete story revolving around the creative universe of Gustav Klimt, the Austrian painter among the founders of the Vienna Secession movement. No detail is left behind: the research on the female body, always mysterious, but also ethereal and sensual, the complexity of symbolic contents, techniques and materials, the opulence of decoration as a key element in the composition and contextualization of that time’s historical-artistic climate.
Eva di Stefano has taught History of Contemporary Art at the University of Palermo since 1992. She wrote essays and monographs on European art between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, on the Secession and Austrian expressionism.
The Art of Looking at Art -P. Daverio
The sharpest articles published in the magazine "Art & Dossier" by its editor in chief Philippe Daverio. An original style, the unique capacity of combining topics, areas and stories that apparently belong to different spheres but that, once united, reveal unexpected meanings and shed new light on the world of art.
Philippe Daverio is an art critic and host of the tv programme Passepartout. He has been editor in chief of the magazine "Art & Dossier" since 2008.
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