Children, Art, Artists: The Expressive Languages of Children, The Artistic Language of Alberto Burri
This publication offers a guided view of the exhibit “The Expressive Languages of Children, the Artistic Language of Alberto Burri,” which includes works by children from the municipal infant-toddler center through elementary school. The exhibit explores some of the encounters between children and works of art, which offer children and teachers opportunities to approach and explore different materials, as suggested by certain aspects of Burri’s work. Along with the exhibit texts, the catalogue includes essays discussing the relationship between schools and the city, children and art, and pedagogy and the atelier.
Edited by Vea Vecchi and Claudia Giudici
Reggio Children, Italy, 2004; illus., softbound, 160 pages