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Famous in the world since it was built in 1962, by Alexander Calder Teodelapio has become the symbol of the modern city. In reality Teodelapio was the first of stabiles monumental sculptures created by renowned American. The work was the result of the call by John Calder Carandente to participate in the exhibition "Sculptures in the city" as part of the V Festival of Two Worlds, which then became a mythical reference in the history of twentieth-century sculpture. In the book he tells the story of the first anti-monumental monument erected in this century in a square in Italy through the words of John Carandente, known internationally as a leading expert in modern sculpture, Calder's friend for twenty years and author of shows Spoleto. The graphic design is by Julia Binfield. This volume is first in the series ChartaFocus. Purpose of this series are those books were born around the story of a single work or a limited range of work, or the specific project of an artist.

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