What has been said, what is told, what will be written
For more than three decades, Marc Restellini has developed his own vision of Art History and its presentation to the public. Passionate, visionary, Marc Restellini’s work is directly in line with the desire to offer a re-reading of the artists exhibited, even with the risk of upsetting the prejudiced notions and institutional restraints.
Adulated or loathed, in particular by many curators of museums who have never ceased to look enviously at the achievements and the artistic freedom of the man, Marc Restellini leaves no one indifferent. This is how he built his reputation and his international fame in the art world.
His work and his exhibitions remain the best witnesses of his commitment to bring an innovative look while remaining rigorous in Art History.
This assumed personal position intrigues, annoys or fascinates. Maybe a little all three at once. And the many books and articles published on the man and his work give an account of this extraordinary personality. This press review brings together some of the most striking and complete publications that have marked the artistic and professional career of Marc Restellini. It confirms the Man’s multiple qualities and the Professional’s outstanding skills.
Le Monde, The New York Times, The Independent, Le Nouvel Obs, Le Point, the scientific magazine Cairn, not to mention the titles specialized in Art… have all dedicated one or more pages to what one might call “The Art according to Marc Restellini”.
It will allow the reader to discover, to know, to retain—and to restore real facts, far from the lies sometimes complicitly echoed by jealous competitors.