Anna Maria Maiolino
Born in Calabria, Italy, in 1942, Anna Maria Maiolino is one of the leading artists of her generation. Her work reflects the major cultural and political realities of postwar Europe and South America as well as issues of patriarchy, feminism, and immigration. This book presents her prints, drawings, sculpture, photography, video, and performance pieces. From her early woodcuts, which spoke directly to the tense political atmosphere of her adopted country of Brazil, to her introspective works on paper—every aspect of Maiolino’s incredibly diverse and accomplished career is presented in exquisite illustrations and with a series of informed and provocative essays.
With contributions from Bryan Barcena, Briony Fer, Sergio B. Martins, Anne M. Wagner, Helen Molesworth
Hardcover, 192 pages, 235 x 285, 135 color illustrations, 97 b/w illustrations