A Story in Six Words

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Angelo Ricciardi

A Story in Six Words

2015

A Story in Six Words by Angelo Ricciardi. Keeping  its sought ambivalence between literary and visual work and using only six simple words, this tale builds an exercise of “video-writing” based on the assonance of the words and on a story that can be reconstructed only by the reader. Through his own imagination and fantasy, he is the only one who can try to reconstruct the narrative suggested by the words emerging from the omissis.

 

Angelo Ricciardi is author of many artist’s books, most of which are now in public and private collections (MoMA Library, Printed Matter, The Center for Book Arts, New York; Liliana Dematteis Collection, Turin, Italy; Archivio del ‘900 Mart of Trento and Rovereto, Italy; CLA Centre de Livres d’Artistes, Bruxelles; etc.). In 2011, for Martano Editore (Turin, Italy) he published the book 1999-2010, which is a kind of tale in which he tryes to bring the reader into his own artistic world through his own images and words.

 

Angelo Ricciardi
A Story in Six Words
2015

Inkjet print on HP Professional Paper Matt 120 and Ciat Bianco Antico 220
20,3×14,5 cm.
edition of 50 + L numbered and signed by hand

ISBN 978-88-905901-6-0

CAFÉSAFOR Artist’s Books Collection directed by Susanna Crispino and Vito Pace

Euro 25,00













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