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Giacometti’s catalogue has been printed on the occasion of the exhibition that will take place at Guggenheim Museum (New York) from June 8, 2018. The Giacometti Foundation is incredibly pleased […]

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Conti Tipocolor In San Francisco

Conti Tipocolor will be in San Francisco 3-5 May as supporter of the National Museum Publishing Seminar. Roberto Conti, our president and Ceo as well as our Export Sales staff […]

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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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Katharina Grosse

Katharina Grosse approaches painting as an experience in immersive subjectivity. With a spray gun, she disconnects the artistic act from the hand, stylizing gesture as a propulsive mark. The resulting pictures are distinct, but never predetermined. Spatial tensions rise through shifts in chromatic temperature.

Giacometti – Guggenheim

Giacometti investigated the human figure for more than forty years. This comprehensive exhibition, a collaboration with the Fondation in Paris, examines anew the artist’s practice and his unmistakable aesthetic vocabulary. Featuring important works in bronze and in oil, as well as plaster sculptures and drawings never before seen in this country.

Charles White: A Retrospective

Charles White, born and educated in Chicago, was one of the preeminent artists to emerge during the city’s Black Renaissance of the 1930s and 1940s. A passionate mural and easel painter and superbly gifted draftsman, White powerfully interpreted African American history, culture, and lives in striking works that nevertheless have a more universal resonance.

Like Life: Sculpture, Color, and the Body (1300–Now)

Like Life: explores narratives of sculpture in which artists have sought to replicate the literal, living presence of the human body. On view exclusively at The Met Breuer, this major international loan exhibition of about 120 works draws on The Met's rich collections of European sculpture and modern and contemporary art.

Monet & Architecture

There’s never been a single exhibition looking at Monet’s career through the buildings he painted: in Normandy, in Rouen, in Paris, London, and Venice. From buildings in villages and by the coast, to some of Europe’s most famous monuments, Monet painted the architecture of his time – modern, historic, simple and grand. The National Gallery London.

Paddy and Liam – Perry Ogden

Perry Ogden began photographing Liam and Paddy Doran at ten and eleven years old when the mother of Ogden’s daughter offered them a field for their horses while they were waiting to be housed. The boys from a Traveller family in Celbridge, County Kildare west of Dublin have since appeared as models in numerous fashion campaigns for Ogden.

John Baldessari Catalogue Raisonné: Volume Four: 1994–2004

The 4th volume of J.Baldessari comprises approximately 370 works that represent the activity of this iconic conceptual artist between 94/04,continues to interrogate the possibilities of photographic appropriation, further developing his unique strategies for the production of meaning and narrative within the picture frame.

Jimmie Durham: At the Center of the World

Artist, performer, poet, essayist, and activist Jimmie Durham (b. 1940, Washington, Arkansas) is one of the most compelling, inventive, and multifaceted artists working internationally today. For American audiences, however, he has been an elusive figure. Ellegood - Hammer Museum - Prestel - Del Monico.

Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A.

Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A. Organized by ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries, Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A. maps the intersections and collaborations among a network of queer Chicano artists and their artistic collaborators from the late 1960s to the early 1990s.

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Conti Tipocolor In San Francisco

Conti Tipocolor will be in San Francisco 3-5 May as supporter of the National Museum Publishing Seminar. Roberto Conti, our president and Ceo as well as our Export Sales staff […]

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Prinect® Axis Control allows a fast and reliable measurement in the print control strip. The simultaneous adjustment of all ink zones results in a significantly faster make ready. Based on […]

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 […]