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Portrait of Milan in the years of change – One book leads to another

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Milan is a city always striving for change and led to reflect on the past to change the present. The book was born from this idea “Milan at the end of the twentieth century. Stories, places and characters of a city that no longer exists” (Casagrande, 168 p., $ 22.00), in which Alberto Saibene, starting from his own memories and personal experiences, reconstructs the period between the Sixties and the Seventies, characterized by the desire to believe in the new. The portrait of a generation that has given birth to a series of economic and cultural transformations that have influenced the entire Italian society.

REVIEWS
“Very Milanese houses. Plants of 21st century living” by Alvar Aaltissimo
(Corraini, 120 p., $ 13.00)

“Futurist architecture” by Antonio Sant’Elia
(Abscondita, 128 p., $ 14.00)

“Scenes from a Futurist Wedding” by Lino Mannocci
(Neri Pozza, 256 p., $ 13.50)

“Tactilism” by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
(Fve editori, 60 p., $ 13.00)

“Mondrian 1956. Trace of an Italian fortune” by Annalisa Laganà and Paolo Porreca
(Quodlibet, 200 p., $ 20.00)

“Theoretical writings. Neoplasticism and a new image of society” by Piet Mondrian
(Scheiwiller books, 160 p., $ 18.90)

“Carmelo Bene Oratory” by Jean-Paul Manganaro
(The Assayer, 184 p., $ 19.00)

THE CONFETTINO
“Little painter” by Julien Baer and Julien Roux
(Babalibri, 52 p., $ 7.00)