Entries by Matteo Pericoli

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At the American Library in Paris

In Conversation with Dina Nayeri Inventing Truth with Words and Lines Whether in art or literature, what does it mean to tell the truth, or a version of the truth? And what might it mean to invent the truth in the service of a higher truth? Looking to Matteo Pericoli’s Windows On Elsewhere: 60 Refugees, 60 […]

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Matteo Pericoli a Kilimangiaro (Rai 3)

Camila Raznovich intervista Matteo Pericoli durante la puntata di Kilimangiaro (Rai 3) andata in onda lo scorso 22 Agosto. Si parla di Finestre sull’altrove: 60 vedute per 60 rifugiati, il libro pubblicato di recente da Il Saggiatore, e di vari lavori di Matteo che, a partire dai disegni-rotoli dello skyline di New York e Londra, […]

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“Windows on Elsewhere” Official Site

The official website of the Windows on Elsewhere project is online. Windows on Elsewhere: 60 Refugees, 60 Views is a book, exhibition, and limited-edition print project with a collection of 60 window view drawings by Matteo Pericoli, depicting the present window views of sixty persons who were forced to flee their countries. The drawings are […]

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Windows on Elsewhere: 60 Refugees, 60 Views

Finally, after 3 years of work, “Windows on Elsewhere: 60 Refugees, 60 Views”, a project I worked on with Art for Amnesty, will be exhibited in Turin. The project is in support of Amnesty International Italia on the occasion of Amnesty’s 60th anniversary. On Wednesday, May 26, the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo will inaugurate the exhibit of […]

New York de ma fenêtre

63 vues de la Grosse Pomme   New York de ma fenêtre – the French edition of “The City Out My Window: 63 Views on New York” – is here! (And it’s beautiful)  

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#ioriparto

Ho provato qui a rispondere alla casa editrice EDT sul quale potrebbe essere il mio personale “punto di ripartenza”, o un’“idea di ripartenza”: https://www.edt.it/ioriparto-matteo-pericoli-affacciarsi-al-futuro

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Finestra delle mie brame

Il nostro punto di contatto col mondo svuotato dal virus di Matteo Pericoli La Stampa, 10 maggio 2020    tutto iniziato nel 2004 a New York quando, a pochi giorni dal trasloco, preso dallo sgomento di abbandonarla dopo setti anni passati con lei, silenziosa e trasparente, sempre al mio fianco decido di disegnarla in fretta […]

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My Own Little Window

The other day my friend Azzurra Muzzonigro asked me to contribute a short piece about how my work space and routine are overlapping with my family’s domestic life and space in our Turin (Italy) apartment during the lockdown for a feature on her blog called “Domestic space is the new public space”. Here’s what I […]