Gabriele Tinti

ANDRES Serrano
Gabriele Tinti, Centrale, Roma, 2019, courtesy Mauro Maglione
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Title Info

Gabriele Tinti

Bleedings (2023)

Translated by David Graham

Translator Editor: Nicholas Benson

ISBN: 978-1-940625-##-#

USD $20.00

Forthcoming: 2023

Artist Cover by Andres Serrano

A recent recipient of the Montale Poetry Award, Gabriele Tinti is an Italian poet and writer. 

He has worked with the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the British Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the National Roman Museum, the Capitolini Museums, the Archeological Museum in Naples, the Ara Pacis Museums, the Colosseum and the Glyptothek of Munich, composing  poems  for  ancient  works  of  art, including  The  Boxer  at  Rest,  the  Discobolus,  Arundel Head, the Ludovisi Gaul, the Victorious Youth, the Farnese Hercules, the Hercules by Scopas, the Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon,  the  Barberini  Faun  and  many  other  masterpieces. 

His  poems  have been  recited  by  actors  like  Abel  Ferrara,  Marton  Csokas,  Kevin Spacey, Malcolm  McDowell,  Stephen Fry, Joe Mantegna,  Michael  Imperioli,  Burt  Young, Robert Davi, Jamie McShane, James Cosmo, Vincent Piazza, and Franco Nero.

In 2016 he  published Last  Words (Skira  Rizzoli), a collection of found poetry in association with Andres Serrano. In 2020 Tinti published The Earth Will Come To Laugh and To Feast (Powerhouse Books) a poetry collection with illustrations by the artist Roger Ballen. In 2021 he published Ruins by Eris Press (London).


His poetry collection Bleedings — Incipit Tragoedia will be published by Contra Mundum Press (New York, 2023)

Blood image by Andres Serrano, courtesy of the artist.

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