Corrado Bonomi

  • Edited by Alberto Fiz
  • Binding Paperback with flaps
  • Size 24 x 28 cm
  • Pages 224
  • Illustrations 230
  • Language Italian, English
  • Year 2022
  • ISBN 9788836648009
  • Price € 32,00  € 30,40
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Corrado Bonomi is among the keenest voices to portray an ironic, all-Italian art that embarks on independent paths free from any type of conditioning. Through 200 artworks, this first monograph (curated by Alberto Fiz) illustrates a forty-year study ranging from Topo Gigio to Stanley Kubrick by way of René Magritte and Pino Pascali. The idea is to transform all data – whether comics, literary texts or films – into art. Driven by a boundless desire to stage the most diverse facets of life, the artist from Novara commandeers both content and subjects and, much like a skilled juggler, uses them at will. His tendency to quote from previous artists is deceptive, as it does not envisage to re-propose the original but, rather, its visionary metamorphosis within a framework where art and life go arm in arm. In short, Bonomi disconcerts taste and knowledge alike.

The Human Comedy of Corrado Bonomi
Alberto Fiz

The serious game of art
A conversation between Andreas Beitin and Corrado Bonomi

How a Collector and an Artist met
Volker W. Feierabend

I, anti-system artist
A conversation between Barbara Cottavoz and Corrado Bonomi


List of Works


List of exhibitions