Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary

Kirsty Carter

Anna Maria Maiolino practices within a wide range of disciplines and media, from drawing and printmaking to poetry, film, performance and sculpture. Her work explores notions of subjectivity, belonging and the self, through processes that are both creative and destructive. This book was published to accompany Maiolino’s first UK retrospective, held at the Whitechapel Gallery in autumn 2019, and draws together a large body of work spanning more than three decades.

Images of Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary

  1. Image 1 — APFEL Anna-Maria-Maiolino 1 (Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary)
  2. Image 2 — APFEL Anna-Maria-Maiolino 2 (Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary)
  3. Image 3 — APFEL Anna-Maria-Maiolino 3 (Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary)
  4. Image 4 — APFEL Anna-Maria-Maiolino 4 (Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary)
  5. Image 5 — APFEL Anna-Maria-Maiolino 5 (Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary)
  6. Image 6 — APFEL Anna-Maria-Maiolino 6 (Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary)
  7. Image 7 — APFEL Anna-Maria-Maiolino 7 (Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary)
  8. Image 8 — APFEL Anna-Maria-Maiolino 8 (Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary)
  9. Image 9 — APFEL Anna-Maria-Maiolino 9 (Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary)
  10. Image 10 — APFEL Anna-Maria-Maiolino 10 (Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary)

    Kirsty Carter, UK (2019)

    A Practice for Everyday Life is a graphic design studio based in London, founded by Kirsty Carter and Emma Thomas in 2003. Their work includes art direction, identities, publications, exhibitions, type...

    Read full biography
    https://0dbcc3748b8f47fd775c-77a5fe26cae7cb35bb07eccfb28cee77.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/KirstyCarter/_1600xAUTO_crop_center-center_75/APFEL_Anna-Maria-Maiolino_1.jpg
    https://0dbcc3748b8f47fd775c-77a5fe26cae7cb35bb07eccfb28cee77.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/KirstyCarter/_1600xAUTO_crop_center-center_75/APFEL_Anna-Maria-Maiolino_2.jpg
    https://0dbcc3748b8f47fd775c-77a5fe26cae7cb35bb07eccfb28cee77.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/KirstyCarter/_1600xAUTO_crop_center-center_75/APFEL_Anna-Maria-Maiolino_3.jpg
    https://0dbcc3748b8f47fd775c-77a5fe26cae7cb35bb07eccfb28cee77.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/KirstyCarter/_1600xAUTO_crop_center-center_75/APFEL_Anna-Maria-Maiolino_4.jpg
    https://0dbcc3748b8f47fd775c-77a5fe26cae7cb35bb07eccfb28cee77.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/KirstyCarter/_1600xAUTO_crop_center-center_75/APFEL_Anna-Maria-Maiolino_5.jpg
    https://0dbcc3748b8f47fd775c-77a5fe26cae7cb35bb07eccfb28cee77.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/KirstyCarter/_1600xAUTO_crop_center-center_75/APFEL_Anna-Maria-Maiolino_6.jpg
    https://0dbcc3748b8f47fd775c-77a5fe26cae7cb35bb07eccfb28cee77.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/KirstyCarter/_1600xAUTO_crop_center-center_75/APFEL_Anna-Maria-Maiolino_7.jpg
    https://0dbcc3748b8f47fd775c-77a5fe26cae7cb35bb07eccfb28cee77.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/KirstyCarter/_1600xAUTO_crop_center-center_75/APFEL_Anna-Maria-Maiolino_8.jpg
    https://0dbcc3748b8f47fd775c-77a5fe26cae7cb35bb07eccfb28cee77.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/KirstyCarter/_1600xAUTO_crop_center-center_75/APFEL_Anna-Maria-Maiolino_9.jpg
    https://0dbcc3748b8f47fd775c-77a5fe26cae7cb35bb07eccfb28cee77.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/KirstyCarter/_1600xAUTO_crop_center-center_75/APFEL_Anna-Maria-Maiolino_10.jpg
    1/10
    • Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary, 2019

      10 items, Editorial

    • Close

    Anna Maria Maiolino practices within a wide range of disciplines and media, from drawing and printmaking to poetry, film, performance and sculpture. Her work explores notions of subjectivity, belonging and the self, through processes that are both creative and destructive. This book was published to accompany Maiolino’s first UK retrospective, held at the Whitechapel Gallery in autumn 2019, and draws together a large body of work spanning more than three decades.

    • Client:

    • Whitechapel Gallery
    • Countries:

    • Disciplines:

    • Details:

    • Book
    Kirsty Carter, UK (2019)

      A Practice for Everyday Life is a graphic design studio based in London, founded by Kirsty Carter and Emma Thomas in 2003. Their work includes art direction, identities, publications, exhibitions, type design, signage, packaging, and digital. They have built a reputation as an internationally renowned and sought-after collaborator through our work with like-minded companies, galleries, institutions and individuals, and they work with a conceptual rigour that ensures each design is meaningful and original.

      Their clients include Tate, Barbican, John Lobb/Hermès, Bloomsbury, Marian Goodman Gallery, V&A, and Phaidon. Their work is held in collections at The Art Institute of Chicago, the V&A Museum Archive, the Bibliothèque National des Livres Rares, Paris, the Royal College of Art Library, and the Tate Library.