Contributions by Fondazione Marconi, Gió Marconi, Alberto Salvadori, Gió Marconi, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Valerio Adami
During the height of the economic boom of the 1960s, Giorgio Marconi began his career as a gallerist by opening Studio Marconi in via Tadino 15, a space for exhibitions and a meeting point for young artists, intellectuals, critics, and collectors who gathered to discuss the artistic and non-artistic landscape of the time. From these exchanges of ideas, Studio Marconi began to conceive the possibility of a periodic publication project, becoming an editor as well. This volume presents the complete publication of Decennale dello Studio Marconi 1966/76, produced for the gallery’s tenth anniversary, as well as two other types of periodic publications: magazines printed on newsprint and small notebooks/bulletins, thus retracing years of Studio Marconi’s history. An interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist with Valerio Adami completes this analysis.