Alighiero Boetti



Harris, Gareth. “Size Matters: The Large and Very Small art of Alighiero Boetti,” The Art Newspaper, May 2017. 


Rooney, Kara L. “Mel Bochner and Alighiero Boetti Verba Volant Scripta Manet,” Brooklyn Rail, April 6, 2016.


Pincus-Witten, Robert. “Alighiero Boetti,” Artforum, April 2013, p. 259.

Smith, Roberta. “Alighiero Boetti: ‘La Forza del Centro,’” The New York Times, March 8, 2013.


Lovatt, Anna, “Alighiero Boetti, Museo Nacional Centro De Arte. Reina Sofía, Madrid,” Artforum, March 2012, pg. 268–269.

Schwabsky, Barry, “Putting the World into the World: On Alighiero Boetti,” The Nation, April 23, 2012.

Plagens, Peter, “The Mind Games Artists Play – Alighiero Boetti: Game Plan,” Wall Street Journal, August 31, 2011.

Elena Bordignon, “Alighiero e Boetti: In Milan, at the Giangaleazzo Visconti's Studio, a collection of works of the famous artist,” Vogue Italia online, November 26, 2012.

Laura Lanz-Frolio, “‘Alighiero Boetti: Game Plan’ at the Museum of Modern Art”, Time Out New York, June 28 - July 4, 2012, p. 9.

Ian Wallace, “Alighiero Boetti at the Museum of Modern Art, New York,” Huffington Post, September 12, 2012.

Rubinstein, Raphael, “’The Poetics of Wattage, after Alighiero e Boetti,’ Alighiero Boetti Game Plan,” The Brooklyn Rail, September 2012.

Ben Lerner, “Boetti Comes to MOMA”, Art in America, June-July 2012, p. 33.

Reena Jana, “Alighiero e Boetti,” Art + Auction, July 2012.


Pajares, Gema “Alighiero Boetti: el azar manda,” La Razón, October 4, 2011, pg. 61.

Fietta Jarque, “Viaje alucinante al fondo de Boetti,” El Pais, October 4, 2011, pg. 37.

Antonio Lucas, “El juego infinito de Alighiero Boetti,” El Mundo, October 4, 2011, pg. 42.


Lavrador, Judicael, “Alighiero  E Boetti, Agent Double”, Beaux Arts Magazine, April 2010, pg. 96-99.


Godfrey, Mark, “Divided Interests,” Artforum, May 2009, pp 204-213.


Adams, Brooks, "On the Road to a State of Grace," Tate Etc. Summer 2008, p 32.

Cullinan, Nicholas, "Recent Exhibitions," The Burlington Magazine, January 2008, p 63.

"Le Choc des Mots et Le Sens Des Photos," Art Actuel, March 2008. P 69.


Trouve, Tatiana, "On Alighiero E Boetti," Art Review, June 2007, p 38.

De Corral, Maria and John R. Lane, Fast Forward: Contemporary Collections for the Dallas Museum of Art, New Haven; London: Yale University Press, 2007.

Mangini, Elizabeth, "Parallel Revolution," Artforum, November 2007, p 159-162.

Demos, T J, "A Matter of Time," Tate Etc, Spring 2007,  p. 96-103.

Ubl, Ralph, "There I am, next to me," Tate Etc, Spring 2007, p. 30-35.


Douglas, Kris, “Richard Food,” Contemporary 21, no. 77 2005, pg. 57.


“Alighiero Boetti.” Art in America: Annual Guide 2002, August 2002: pp 18.

“Largest Boetti Museum Exhibition Assembled in the United States.” Art Museum Network News, 13 May 2002: <> (13 May 2002).

“When 1 is 2: The art of Alighiero e Boetti,” The Art Newspaper, June.

“When 1 is 2: The art of Alighiero e Boetti,” Houston Chronicle, August, pp 15F.

“Wordly Work.” Houston Chronicle: Hits of the Week 13 July 2002: pp 2D.

Anspoon, Catherine. “ARTNotes,” Paper City, June.

Anspoon, Catherine. “ARTNotes,” Paper City, August.

Ballou, Chris. “Can Alighiero Come Out to Play?,” Glasstire: visual art in texas, August, (8, 2002).

Frankel, David, “Aligheiro e Boetti at Contemporary Arts Museum” Artforum. May, p. 70.

French, Christopher. “Alighiero e Boetti.” ARTNews: National Review, October 2002: p 163.

Johnson, Ken, “Alighiero e Boetti,” The New York Times, 15 February, p. E46.

Johnson, Patricia. “Boetti walks a line between purpose and mishap,” Houston Chronicle, June 22, 2002, pp. 9D-10D.

Klaasmeyer, Kelly. “Life is Beautiful.” Houston Press, September 5-11 2002: pp 54.

Newhall, Edith, “Fine Penmanship,” New York, 11 February, p. 86.

Schwabsky, Barry. “London Gallery Beat,” Art on Paper, July-August 2002, p 78-79.

Smith, Roberta, “Midcentury Italian Art That Still Eggs on the Irreverent,” The New York Times, November, p. E41.

Stein, Lisa, “Exhibit explores curious mind of Alighiero Boetti,” Chicago Tribune, March 20.

Ventrocq, Marcia. “Arte povera: the recount,” Art in America,  March 2002, 83-91.


Scott, Andrea K., "Alighiero e Boetti," Time Out New York, 8-15 March 2001, p. 55.

Johnson, Ken, "Alighiero e Boetti," The New York Times, 23 March 2001, p. E35.

Dannatt, Adrian, "Adrian Dannatt's guide to New York contemporary galleries; Death and rebirth as a Modern Master: Alighiero e Boetti," The Art Newspaper, March 2001.

Johnson, Ken, "Art Guide: Alighiero e Boetti," The New York Times, 25 May 2001, E30.

Vetrocq, Marcia E., "Rules of the Game," Art in America, July 2001, pp. 86-93, 113.

Gopnik, Blake, "Off the Beaten Track, Stamps of Approval," Washington Post,13 May 2001, p. G6.

Gioni, Massimiliano, “Speaking in Tongues”, Flash Art, Nov-Dec, pp. 74-77.

Gioni, Massimiliano, "New York Cut Up," Flash Art, May/June 2001, pp. 97-99.

Goodrow, Gérard, A., "Art of Communication," Christie's Magazine, June/July/August 2001, pp. 78-81.

Flood, Richard, "Liquid Plumber," Artforum, September 2001, pp. 164-165.

Yablonsky, Linda, “Green on Greene,” Time Out New York, 22-29 November, p. 58.


Goodman, Jonathan, “Alighiero Boetti. Esso Gallery, NY”, Art on Paper, May-June.

Groom, Simon, "Fontana, Boetti and Pistoletto," Modern Painters, (Winter 2000) pp. 113-114.

"Arte Povera," tema celeste, n. 77 ( January-February, 2000) p. 147.

 Fox, Dan, "Alighiero e Twenty-two points, plus triple-word-score, plus fifty points for using all my letters. Game's over. I'm outta here.Boetti," Frieze, (February 2000) pp. 105-106.

Sussman, Elisabeth "Report from Oporto; Sorting Out the '60s" Art in America, Vol.88, No. 3 (March 2000) pp. 58-59,61, 63.

Schwabsky, Barry, "Alighiero E Boetti," Arforum, XXXVIII, no. 0 (February 2000) p. 115.

"Alighiero Boetti," Ground Art and Culture, Issue #1 (February 2000).

 Glueck, Grace, "Alighiero Boetti 'Works on Paper'," The New York Times, March 17, 2000, E37.

Zivancevic, Nina, “Alighiero e Boetti”, NY Arts, April 2000.


Frankel, David, "Alighiero e Boetti," Artforum, vol. XXXVIII, no. 1, (September, 99), p.40.


Davis, Jordan, "Alighiero e Boetti: Postal Travels, Works on Paper, Documents and More, 1965-1992," On Paper, vol. 2 no. 4 (March-April 1998), p. 50.

Jarton, Cyril, "La peinture générique," Art Press, no. 235 (May 1998), p. 28-33.

 Schwabsky, Barry, "Alighiero Boetti: Esso Gallery," Artforum, vol. 36 no. 9 (May 1998), pp. 146-147.


Buchloh, Benjamin H. D., "Sculpture Projects in Munster," Artforum, vol. 36 no. 1 (September 1997), pp. 115-117.

Camnitzer, Luis, "Italians, Flemish, and Dutch," Art Nexus, no. 26 (October-September 1997), pp. 93-95.


Panzera, Lisa, "Alighiero e Boetti," Artnews, January 1995, Vol. 94, No. 1, p.163.

Canning, Sue, "Mapping," Art Papers, January & February 1995, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 57-58.

 Heartney, Eleanor, "Alighiero e Boetti and Frederic Bruly Bouabre at Dia," Art in America, April 1995, Vol. 83, No. 4, p. 101.


"MoMA News and Exhibitions," Flash Art, Vol. XXVII, no. 177, Summer 1994, Flash Art News, p. 37.

Smith, Roberta, "Mapping," The New York Times, Art in Review, Friday, October 14, 1994.

 Newhall, Edith, "Talent from the Italian Collection," New York Magazine, October 24, 1994, Vol.27, No.42, p.97.

Adams, Brooks, "25 Things to Know about Alighiero e Boetti," Interview, October 1994, p. 98.

Morgan, Robert C., "Systemic Cosmologist," Cover Magazine, November 1994, p. 38.

Smith, Roberta, "A Bonding of Different Cultures," The New York Times, Friday, December 9, 1994, p. C23.

Heartney, Eleanor," Mapping: Museum of Modern Art," Art Presse, December 1994, No. 197, pp. IV-V.


Ammann, Jean-Christphe, Giovan Battista Salermo, Ranier Crone/David Moos, Freidmann Malsch, Jean-Pierre Bordaz, "Alighiero e Boetti," Parkett 24, 1990.

Simoni, Serena, review, Titolo, Spring 1991, p. 51.

Cyphers, Peggy, review, Arts Magazine, February 1991, p. 97.

McEvilley, Thomas, "Enormous Changes at the Last Minute," Artforum, October 1991, pp. 86 – 87.

Gallusantage, 4 September 1991, 144-146.

Simoni, Serena, "Alighiero Boetti," Titolo, Summer, 1991, pp. 51.

Comi, Enrico, "Conversation With Leo Castelli," Human Space, 1991, pp. 84, 140-1441 (photo).


Amman, Jean-Christophe, “Alighiero e Boetti” Parkett, No. 24.

Crone, Rainer; Moos, David “Alighiero e Boetti the Difference between Invention and Exploration or from Geography to Experience with Two Maps”, Parkett, No. 24.

Bordaz, Jean-Pierre, “Logic and Distruption in the work of Alighiero Boetti, Parkett No. 24.

Salerno, Giovan Battista, “Alighiero e Boetti” Parkett, No. 24.


"Toward Arte Povera," Contemporanea, March/April 1989, pp. 80-86.

Vetroco, Maria E., "Utopias, Nomads, Critics, From Arte Povera to the Transavanguardia," Arts Magazine, April 1989, pp. 49-59.

Laurenza, Minmo, "Alighiero e Boetti reveiw at Pio Marti," Juliet, February-April 1989, p. 59.

 Hutner Christina, "Aspekte der italienischer Avantgarde von 1945 bis heute," Kunstforum, March/April 1989, pp. 284-285.

Magnami, Gregorio, "Verso l'Art Povera," Flash Art, May/June 1989, p. 135.

 Salerno, Giovan Battista,, "Squares, Thoughts, and Smiles. Alighiero & Boetti," Tema Celeste, April-June, pp. 29-31.


Heartney, Eleanor, "Alighiero e Boetti at John Wever," Art in America, May 1988, p. 190.


Salvioni, Daniela, “Arte Povera: Barbara Gladstone”, Flash Art, Summer.

Christov-Bakargiev, Carolyn, “Arte Povera 1967-1987”, Flash Art, November – December.


Celant, Germano, “The Red and the Black”, Artforum, Summer.


Burnett, A., Que reste-t-il? ed. Over Studio, Turin, March 1984.

Oliva, Achille Bonito, Dialoghi d'artista - incontri con l'arte contemporanea 1970 - 84, Milan, 1984.


"Clessidra Cerniera Vicerversa," Domus, no. 637, March.


“Interview with Alighiero Boetti,” Art Agency Tokyo, June 1980.


"Testo ad uso degli abitanti di Gavirate," Pro Loco, Gavirate.

"Da mille a mille," Domus, no. 595, June.


"The Thousand Longest Rivers in the World," Multipla, Milan.


Paolini, Alicide, "Tra Contestazione E Mercificatiozione," Studio Marconi, Milan.

Battista Salerno, Giovan, "Alighiero e Boetti," Bolletino Studio Marconi, March.

Santi, Floriano, "Tempo Dell'Immagine," Bresciaoggi, June, Brescia.

Trini, Tommaso, "Alighiero e Boetti, Insicuro Noncurante Perche' Leonardesco," Data, May, Milan.

Bonito Oliva, Achille, "Process, Concept, and Behavior in Italian Art," Studio International, London.

Vergine, Lea, "Dall'Informale alla Body Art," Studio Forma, Turin.

Boetti, A. "Four Pages of Works," Studio International, June, London.

Oliva, Achille Bonito, "Europa America - The Different Avant - Garde," Rome.


Fagiolo Dell'Arco, Maurizio, "Il Principio di non Averne," Il Messaggero, June, Rome.

Trini, Tommaso, "Alighiero Boetti," Data, August, Milan.

Bonita Oliva, Achille, "La Creazione Dell'Oggetto," Il Giorno, July, Rome.

Barilli, Renato, "L'Arte Moderna," Fasciolo, no. 107, Milan.

"Ordine - Disordine," Aera, Rome.


Stielman, Paul, "Alighiero e Boetti," Arts Magazine, June.

Boice, Bruce, "Alighiero Boetti," Artforum, New York.


Trini, Tommaso, "ABEEGHIIILOORTT," Data, Rome.

Bandini, Mirella, "Intervista a Alighiero Boetti," Torino.

Trini, Tommaso, "The Sixties in Italy," Studio International, Lugano.


AA.VV. "Boetti," Aktionsraum 1, Monaco.

Politi, Giancarlo, "Biennale di Parigi," Flash Art, Milan.

"Arte Povera: 13 Italienische Kunstler," Kunstverein, Munich.


Calvesi, Maurizio, "Schermi TV al posto dei quadri," L'Espresso, no. 11.

Bandini, Mirella, "La Terza Biennale di Bologna," Gala, no. 41.

 Buzzati, D. "Ecco l'Arte Povera - La Bienale dei Giovani a Bologna," (review) Il Corriere Della Sera, Milan.

Boetti, A., "Nineteen Hundred and Seventy," Studio International, London.


Amman, Christopher, "Live in your head - When Attitude Becomes Form," Art International.

Dorfles, Gilles, "Arte Concettuale o Arte Povera?", Art International.

Bandini, Mirella, "Mostre a Torino," Gala, Milan.


Fossati, Paolo, "Mostre a Torino," L'Unita, Torino.

Trini, Tommaso, "La Scuola di Torino," Domus, no. 457.

Trimarco, Angelo, "Arte Povera and Azioni Povera ad Amalfi," Flash Art, Milan.

Trini, Tommaso, "Le Pietre di Boetti," Domus.

Palazzoli, Daniela, "Italy Commentary," Studio International, London.

Kultermann, Udo, Nuove Dimensioni della Scultura, Milan, 1968.


Fossati, Paolo, "Mostre in Italia, Torino," Flash Art, no. 1, Torino.

Celant, Germano, "Arte Povera," BT, no. 5, Milan.

Celant, Germano, "Nuove Tecniche d'Immagine," Casabella, no. 319.

Fossati, Paolo, "Lo Spettacolo Dei Giovani," L'Unita, Torino.

Trini, Tommaso, "Boetti o la Ricostruzione non Ricostruita," Domus.

Selected Publications


COLORI: emotions of color in art. Milan: Silvana Editorial S.p.A, 2017.  

Unpacking The Marciano Collection. New York, London, Munich: Prestel, 2017.


Wall to Wall: Carpets by Artists. Cleveland: MOCA, 2016.

Pinault Collection 07. Paris: Pinault Collection, 2016.


Alighiero Boetti: Catalogo general Tomo terzo/1. Milan: Electa, 2015.

Milazzo, Richard. The Mannequin of History: Art After Fabrications of Critique and Culture. Modena, Italy: MATA. Manifattura Tabacchi Modena, 2015.

Szántó, András, ed. The Sense of Movement: When Artists Travel. Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2015.



Intenzione Manifesta: Il Disegno in Tutte Sue Forme. Torino: Castello di Rivoli Museo D'Arte Contemporanea, 2014.


Order and Disorder: Alighiero Boetti by Afghan Women. Los Angeles: Fowler Museum, 2012.

Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974. Munich and Los Angeles: Prestel and Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 2012.

Bürgi, Bernhard Mendes, ARTE POVERA: The Great Awakening. Basel/Ostfildern: Kunstmuseum Basel, Hatje Cantz, 2012.


Boetti By Afghan People. Santa Monica: RAM Publications, 2011.

Alighiero Boetti: Game Plan. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2011.

Defining Contemporary Art – 25 years in 200 pivotal artworks. London: Phaidon, 2011.

All of This and Nothing. Los Angeles: Hammer Museum, 2011.

TRA: The Edge of Becoming. Belgium: Vervoordt Foundation, 2011.

Godfrey, Mark. Alighiero e Boetti. New Haven and London: Yale University Press and Tate, 2011.

Global Studies: Mapping Contemporary Art and Culture. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2011.


Sauzeau, Annemarie. Alighiero Boetti. Paris: Tornabuoni Art, 2010.

Ammann, Jean-Christophe. Alighiero e Boetti: Mappa. New York and Zurich: BGG and JRP Ringier, 2010.

Che Fare? Arte Povera — The Historic Years. Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein/ Kehrer Verlag Heidelberg, 2010.

Collezione Christian Stein: A History of Italian Art. Milan: Electa, 2010.


Ammann, Jean-Christophe. Alighiero Boetti: Catologo generale, Tomo primo. Milan: Electa, 2009.

Oliva, Achille Bonito, Alighiero Boetti: Bringing the World into Art 1993/1962, Museo D’Arte Contemporanea Donna Regina (MADRE), Naples, 2009.


Cerizza, Luca, Alighiero e Boetti: Mappa, Afterall Books, 2008.

This is Not to be Looked At: Highlights from the Permanent Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 2008.


Tomassoni, Italo, Anni Settanta: Artisti italiani fra cronaca e mito, Editori Laterza, Bari, Italy, 2007.

Italian Visions: 40 Years of Art, exhibition catalogue, Vivian Horan Fine Art, 2007.


Niente Tutto, exhibition catalogue, Kunstmuseum Lichtenstein, essay by Kristin Schmidt and Cordula von Keller, 2005.

“L’art du Xxe Siecle: De l’art Moderne a l’art Contemporian 1939- 2002”, Citadelles and Mazenod, Paris.


“Alighiero Boetti: Quasi Tutto,” exhibition catalogue, curated by Giacinto di Pietrantonio and Corrado Levi, Sivana Editoriale, Milan, Italy.


Boetti, Annemarie Sauzeau, Alighiero e Boetti, “Shaman-Showman”, Umberto Allemandi & C., 2001.

"Green on Greene," Sperone Westwater, New York (


Le Temps, vite, Exhibition catalogue by Jean-Pierre Criqui, Musée national d'art moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, (Editions du Centre Pompidou, 2000) da Warhol al 2000, Palazzo Cavour, Regione Piemonte, exhibition catalogue, 2000, p. 64.

Gian Enzo Sperone; Torino, Roma, New York; 35 Anni di Mostra tra Europa e America, 2000, pp. 52, 136-137, 145, 166, 200, 255.

Pugliese, Marina, Le Tecniche e I Materiali Nell'Arte Contemporanea, Arti della Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, 2000.



Allianz & Kunst, catalogue of the collection of Bayerische Versicherungsbank AG, Allianz Versicherungs-AG, with forewords by Dr. Michael Albert and Harald Szeemann, Anderland Verlag, München, 1999.


Change of Scene XIII, exhibition brochure by Jean-Christophe Ammann, Frankfurt: Museum für Moderne Kunst, 1998).

Terra Incognita: Alighiero e Boetti, Vija Celmins, Neil Jenney, Jean-Luc Mylayne, Hiroshi Sugimoto, exhibition catalogue by Lynne Cooke, with essays by Stephen Bann, and Michael Newman (Bremen: Neues Museum Weserburg, 1998).

Unfinished History, exhibition catalogue by Francesco Bonami, (Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 1998).


Atlas Mapping, exhibition catalogue edited by Paolo Bianchi and Sabine Folie (Linz:  Offenes Kulturhaus Linz, Bregenz: Kunsthaus Bregenz and Magazin 4, and Vienna: Verlag Turia + Kant, 1997), pp. 34, 38.

Arte Povera: Arbeiten und Dokumente aus der Sammlung Goetz, 1958 bis heute, exhibition catalogue edited by Ingvild Goetz and Christiane Meyer-Stoll, with essays by Mirella Bandini, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Nike Bätzner, Maddalena Disch, Bruno Corà, et al. (Munich: Sammlung Goetz, 1997).


Alighiero Boetti: Rétrospective, exhibition catalogue by Jean-Christophe Ammann, Maria Teresa Roberto, and Anne-Marie Sauzeau (Turin: Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, and Milan:Edizioni Gabriele Mazzotta, 1996).


Tradition & Innovation: Italian Art since 1945, (National Museum of Contemporary Art: Seoul, Korea, 1995).


Sperone, Gian Enzo, and Achille Bonito Oliva, La Metafora Trovata: 30 years, Galleria Sperone, 30 anni (Rome: Galleria Sperone, 1994).


Alighiero e Boetti, (catalogue), Edward Totah Gallery, London, 1989.

Techniche nell' Arte, Societa Poligrafica Editrice, (group catalogue), Tridente Quattro,Rome, 1989.


Gran Pavese, The Flag Project, Stichting Gran Pavese, Rotterdam, (SDU Publishers: The Netherlands, 1988).


Levi, Corrado, Una diversa tradizione, Milan, 1985.

Alberto Boatto: Alighiero & Boetti, Catalogue, Pinacoteca Communale, Ravenne, 1985.


Il modo Italiano, Catalogue, Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1984.


Acrobat mime parfait, Bologna, 1982.

Celant, Germano, Arte povra antiform, CAPC, Bordeaux, 1982.


Identite Italienne, L'art en Italie depuis 1959, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.


"Da uno a dieci," Milan.


Diacono, Mario, Il segno del disegno, l'autenticita della copia nel massaggio del medium, Bologna, 1978.

Sartor, Paolo Mussat, Arte e Artisti in Italia, Turin, 1978.

Alighiero Boetti, Catalogue, Kunsthalle Basel, Bale.


 "Ne' Testa Ne' Coda," La Citta Di Riga/La Nuova Foglio Editrice, Catalogue.


 Read, Herbert, "A Concise History of Modern Painting," Thames and Hudson, London.


Kozloff, Max, "Eight Contemporary Artists," Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Cora, Bruno, "A Conversation with Alighiero Boetti," November, Rome.

"Alighiero e Boetti," Catalogue, Art Museum of Lucerne, Lucerne.


"Contemporanea," Catalogue, Centro di Roma.

"X Quadriennale di Roma," Catalogue.

Arts Council of Belfast and Hendriks Gallery of Dublin, Catalogue.

 Lippard, Lucy, "Six Years: The Dematerialization of the Art Object," Frederich A. Praeger, New York.


"Persona," catalogue, Edition Centro di, Belgrade.

 Barilli, Renato, "Dall 'Oggetto al Comportamento - La Ricerca Artistica 1960 - 1970."

"7a Biennale de Paris," Catalogue, Paris.


"Terza Biennale International della Giovane Pittura," Catalogue, Bologna.

000"Conceptual Art Arte Povera Land Art," Catalogue, Edition Mazzotta, Milan.


"Prospect '69," Catalogue, Stadtische Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf.

When Attitudes Become Form, Catalogue, Kunsthalle Bern.

Giraldi, Pietro, "Op Losse Schroeven," Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

Trini, Tommaso, "When Attitude Becomes Form," Catalogue, ICA, London.

Celant, Germano, Arte Povera, Milan.


Battisti, E., Celant, G., and Passoni, A., "Museum of Experimental and Contemporary Art of Torino."

D'Agata, "Art Povera a Bologna," Cartabianca, Rome.

Barilli, Renato and Celant, Germano, "Arte Povera alla Galleria de Foscherari," Bologna.


"Con/Temp/l'Azione," Catalogue, Torino.

Trini, Tommaso, "Bolcchi che Sbloccano," Catalogue, Geneva.

Trini, Tommaso, "Boetti," Centro Arte, Torino.