Gino Gini’s artistic research develops between works, artist’s books and Mail Art.

He is considered one of the main protagonists of the renewal of the Visual Poetry genre in which painting interacts with words and writing.

He adheres to Visual Poetry in the mid-seventies and his work is distinguished by a more intense relationship between Word-Image-Writing, where each element interacts without priority value of one over the other, but as communicating factors that complement each other.

The artist’s book remains his privileged territory, becoming theoretician with texts and publications. He produced a large production of ‘Unicum’ books, as well as books in editions and other types.

In 1983 he founded with artist Fernanda Fedi the ‘Artist’s books Archive of Milan’.

His artistic career can be divided in the following periods:

On Writing's Side

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