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Giovanni Agosti

Giovanni Agosti

was born in Milan in 1961; he started teaching History of Modern Art at Milan State University in 2000. His studies focus mainly on the classical tradition in Italian figurative art, the relationship between artists and writers and the Renaissance in Northern Italy. His publications include: Su Mantegna I. La storia dell’arte libera la testa (2005) and Le rovine di Milano (2011) for Feltrinelli, and curated exhibitions such as Mantegna (Parigi, Musée du Louvre, 2008) and Bramantino a Milano (Milano, Castello Sforzesco, 2012). 

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