Charta, 1999 - Art - 57 pages
He desecrated museums with his exhibitions of embalmed horses and dogs; he filled ancient frescoed rooms with mounds of soil topped with an olive tree; he made the spectators shiver at the 47th Venice Biennale, covering a fakir under a thick blanket of soil so that only the hands, joined in prayer, were visible. Maurizio Cattelan (b. 1960) is considered one of the most provocative artists on the international art scene. His black-humored and cynical works, characterized by the language of tragi-comedy and sacrilege, have always baffled and even disturbed spectators. This book documents his career to date.
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