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Christmas is knocking at the door…

  Please be advised that Conti Tipocolor will be closed from  24-12-2016  to 01-01-2017 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!   Christmas is knocking at the door and NY Times Gift […]

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African Art – Portraits of a Collection

5 Continents together with Monsieur Caput, the owner of an extraordinary collection of “primitive African art” published a catalogue printed at Conti with LED UV inks. Monsieur Caput is very […]

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Conti Tipocolor, a special history in Firenze

We are a graphic arts company located in Firenze (Italy) since 1906, Italy and we have been operating on the Italian and international markets for over one hundred years. We are specialized in the realization of graphic products from art books and sales catalogues to packaging.

We are equipped with complete production facilities on site for both areas of products, guaranteeing the highest quality and constant service in a short production time.

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Our Portfolio

Andy Goldsworthy: Projects

Andy Goldsworthy: Projects presents more than 40 of the artist’s recent large-scale sculptural work from around the world. Using local materials—including stone, clay, and wood—Goldsworthy’s projects are inspired by and interact with the natural landscape. Each project subjects Goldsworthy’s ideas about the work to the brute facts and forces of nature.

Mark Bradford – Tomorrow is another day

The Biennale Arte 2017 is born out of his longtime commitment to the inherently social nature of the material world we all inhabit. For Bradford,abstraction is not opposed to content; it embodies it. His selection of ordinary materials represents the hair salon, Home Depot, and the streets of Los Angeles.

Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim

Guggenheim Foundation Celebrates 80 Years of Innovation with Presentation of More Than 170 Modern Works by Nearly 70 Artists, from Camille Pissarro to Jackson Pollock Exhibition Explores History of Avant-Garde through Museum Founder and Patrons Who Shaped the Guggenheim Permanent Collection.

Cabinet of Wonders – The Gaston-Louis Vuitton Collection

Gaston-Louis Vuitton (1883–1970),This publication, illustrated with hundreds of specially commissioned photographs, is a privileged tour of a sophisticate’s cabinet of curiosities. It will capture the imagination of anyone inspired by bizarre and eclectic curiosities, or those with an interest in the Art Deco period.

Enlightened Princesses – Yale University Press

This book considers the ways these powerful, intelligent women left enduring marks on British culture through a wide range of activities: the promotion of the court as a dynamic forum of the Hanoverian regime; the enrichment of the royal collection of art; the advancement of science; and the creation of gardens and menageries.

Along The Lines – Saul Steinberg

Saul Steinberg (American, born Romania, 1914–99) had one of the most remarkable and varied careers in postwar American art. While known for the drawings that graced the cover of the New Yorker for nearly six decades, he was equally acclaimed for the drawings, paintings, prints, collages, and sculptures he exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the world.

Vermeer and The Masters of Genre Painting

The National Gallery of Ireland is organising a landmark exhibition, Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting in collaboration with the Musée du Louvre,and the National Gallery of Art,Washington. The exhibition will explore the fascinating network of relationships between Johannes Vermeer and Dutch genre painters of the period.

America Collects – Eighteenth-Century French Painting

When Joseph Bonaparte, elder brother of Napoleon, arrived in the United States in 1815, he brought with him his exquisite collection of eighteenth-century French paintings. Put on public view, the works caused a sensation, and a new American taste for French art was born.

Michelangelo & Sebastiano

Explore the extraordinary relationship between two great Italian masters, Michelangelo and Sebastiano del Piombo, who found common ground in the fiercely competitive world of High Renaissance Rome.Having met in Rome in 1511, as Michelangelo was finishing his decoration of the Sistine Chapel ceiling, Sebastiano and he became friends and began collaborating artistically.

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Christmas is knocking at the door…

  Please be advised that Conti Tipocolor will be closed from  24-12-2016  to 01-01-2017 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!   Christmas is knocking at the door and NY Times Gift […]

African Art – Portraits of a Collection

5 Continents together with Monsieur Caput, the owner of an extraordinary collection of “primitive African art” published a catalogue printed at Conti with LED UV inks. Monsieur Caput is very […]

Exquisite Package

Diane Arbus Revelations is a book with a life. Random House decided to move the printing of this exclusive catalogue from Cantz to Conti Tipocolor. Doon Arbus, the artist’s eldest […]