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Franco Maria Ricci Editore
Franco Maria Ricci e il Labirinto della Masone

Labirinto della Masone

Bambù, arte e altre delizie nel parco di Franco Maria Ricci a Fontanellato

Franco Maria Ricci, Vittorio Sgarbi, Corrado Mingardi, Giovanni Mariotti, Antonio Fernández Ferrer
2020 / 190 pagine PAGES. Language: italiano

This book is destined to those who did not yet visit the Labirinto della Masone, but also for those who already have and wish to experience a little frisson again, a harmless thrill that a maze can provoke. 

As Ariadne and Theseus came to know, you necessitate strings to help you navigate into a maze. After a small tour du proprietaire, Franco Maria Ricci leaves the task of guiding readers to four of his historical friends: Vittorio Sgarbi writes about the art collection in his essay, which grew with his complicity; Corrado Mingardi, librarian and bibliophile, tells us about Ricci's passion for Bodoni, which he helped expanding; Giovanni Mariotti recalls to those key moments and aspects of his editorial career; and lastly, Antonio Fernandez Ferrer, professor at the University of Alcalà de Henares and a Borges scholar, explores the background of the Labirinto and of his architectural elements. Their texts, accompanied by the exquisite full-page photographs of Massimo Listri and Mauro Davoli, longtime contributors to the publishing house, describe a place that lives and transforms, a meeting point, a social venue linked to its region and cosmopolitan ensemble.