Nicolas Martino

Nicolas Martino, editor of OperaViva Magazine. In addition to several essays in books, magazines and contemporary art catalogs, he has published “Filiberto Menna. Designing the Future,” with Antonello Tolve (Arshake/Critical Grounds, 2019), “It’s Only the Beginning. Rejection, affects, creativity in the long ’68”, with Ilaria Bussoni (ombre corte, 2018), “È solo un inizio. 1968”, with Ilaria Bussoni (Electa, 2017), “Arte e multitudo” by Toni Negri (DeriveApprodi, 2014), the “Almanacco 2016 di alfabeta2” (DeriveApprodi, 2015). For the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome he curated the exhibitions “Sensibile comune. Le opere vive” (2017), with Ilaria Bussoni and Cesare Pietroiusti, and “Looking Forward. Olivetti: 110 years of imagination” (2018), with Ilaria Bussoni and Manolo De Giorgi . He is in the scientific committee of Fondazione Filiberto e Bianca Menna – Centro studi d’arte Contemporanea, Salerno/Roma. He writes on “il manifesto” and “Doppiozero”.

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