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Schwarz, Arturo (Samuele)

SCHWARZ, Arturo (Samuele)

SCHWARZ, Arturo (Samuele). Egyptian, b. 1924. Genres: Art/Art history, Poetry. Career: Publisher and gallery owner. Culture (bookshop), Alexandra, Egypt, owner and manager, 1946-48; Gallery Schwarz (publishing house, bookshop, and gallery), Milan, owner and manager, 1952-75; essayist, poet, art historian, curator, and organizer of exhibitions, 1960-; lecturer. Publications: ART CRITICISM/ART HISTORY: The Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp, 1969, 1997; Marcel Duchamp: 66 Creative Years, 1972; New York Dada, 1973; Almanacco Dada: Antologia Letteraria-Artistica, 1976; Man Ray: the Rigour of Imagination, 1977; Andre Breton, Trotsky et L'Anarchie, 1977; L'Immaginazione Alchemica, 1980; L'Arte dell'Amore in India e in Nepal: La Dimensione Alchemica del Mito di Siva, 1980; Anarchia e Creativita, 1981; Il culto della donna nella tradizione Indiana, 1983; Introduzione all'alchimia Indiana, 1984; Arte e Alchimia, 1986; La luce dell'amore, 1994; L'avventura surrealista: Amore e rivoluzione, anche, 1997. Also a prolific poet, published in Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Israel, and Japan. Contributor of essays and poetry to art, literary, and scientific publications. Address: Via M Giuriati 17, 20129 Milan, Italy.

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