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Il Palazzo Enciclopedico - Mario Auriti

Il Palazzo Enciclopedico - Mario Auriti

self-taught Italian-American Marino Auriti that“on November 16, 1955 filed a design with the US Patent office depicting his Palazzo Enciclopedico (The Encyclopedic Palace), an imaginary museum that was meant to house all worldly knowledge, bringing together the greatest discoveries of the human race, from the wheel to the satellite

self-taught Italian-American Marino Auriti that“on November 16, 1955 filed a design with the US Patent office depicting his Palazzo Enciclopedico (The Encyclopedic Palace), an imaginary museum that was meant to house all worldly knowledge, bringing together the greatest discoveries of the human race, from the wheel to the satellite

Marino Auriti. Encyclopedic Palace/Palazzo Enciclopedico/Palacio Enciclopedico/Palais Encyclopédique or Monumento Nazionale. Progetto Enciclopedico Palazzo (U.S. patent no. 179,277), 1950s. Wood, plastic, glass, metal, hair combs, and model kit parts; 11 x 7 x 7’. Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York. Gift of Colette Auriti Firmani.

Marino Auriti. Encyclopedic Palace/Palazzo Enciclopedico/Palacio Enciclopedico/Palais Encyclopédique or Monumento Nazionale. Progetto Enciclopedico Palazzo (U.S. patent no. 179,277), 1950s. Wood, plastic, glass, metal, hair combs, and model kit parts; 11 x 7 x 7’. Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York. Gift of Colette Auriti Firmani.

IN 1955, Marino Auriti filed a design with the US Patent office depicting his Palazzo Enciclopedico (The Encyclopedic Palace), an imaginary museum that was meant to house all worldly knowledge, bringing together the greatest discoveries of the human race, from the wheel to the satellite. Auriti’s plan was never carried out, of course, but the dream of universal, all-embracing knowledge crops up throughout history. This is the starting point of Massimiliano Gioni exhibition. Photo by Enrico…

IN 1955, Marino Auriti filed a design with the US Patent office depicting his Palazzo Enciclopedico (The Encyclopedic Palace), an imaginary museum that was meant to house all worldly knowledge, bringing together the greatest discoveries of the human race, from the wheel to the satellite. Auriti’s plan was never carried out, of course, but the dream of universal, all-embracing knowledge crops up throughout history. This is the starting point of Massimiliano Gioni exhibition. Photo by Enrico…

'Il Enciclopedico Palazzo del Mondo' (The Encyclopedic Palace of the World) by Italian-born American artist & architect Marino Auriti (1891-1990). via American Folk Art Museum.

'Il Enciclopedico Palazzo del Mondo' (The Encyclopedic Palace of the World) by Italian-born American artist & architect Marino Auriti (1891-1990). via American Folk Art Museum.

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