Arts Curriculum

Maurizio Cattelan: All

November 4, 2011–January 22, 2012


Bonami, Francesco, Nancy Spector, and Barbara Vanderlinden.Maurizio Cattelan. London: Phaidon, 2000. Revised and reformatted edition (2003) includes interview of Cattelan by Alma Ruiz and new text by Massimiliano Gioni.

Cattelan, Maurizio. Die/Die More/Die Better/Die Again. Paris: Three Star Books, 2008. (English and German)

———. The Three Qattelan. Paris: Three Star Books, 2010. Translated by Bram Opstelten.

Maurizio Cattelan: Is There Life Before Death? Exh. cat. Houston: Menil Collection, 2010.

Spector, Nancy. Maurizio Cattelan: All. Exh. cat. New York: Guggenheim Museum, 2011.

Verzotti, Giorgio. Maurizio Cattelan. Translated by Marguerite Shore. Milan: Edizioni Charta, 1997. Revised and updated reprint, 1999. (English and Italian)


Morton, Tom. “Infinite Jester.” Frieze (London), no. 94 (October 2005), pp. 150–57, cover. Also available at Reprinted as “Maurizio Cattelan: Infinite Jester.” In The Artist’s Joke. Edited by Jennifer Higgie. Documents of Contemporary Art (London: Whitechapel; Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2007), pp. 205–11.

Robecchi, Michele. “Maurizio Cattelan.” Interview (New York), 39, no. 5, June/July 2009, pp. 63–65. Also available at


Art Safari, DVD. Directed by Ben Lewis. UK: Bergman Pictures/BBC, 2002.

Fascism: The Legacy of Hate. Video. Montgomery, Ala.: Teaching Tolerance, 2000. This 40 minute video examines the recent popularity of ultra right-wing political parties and skinhead movements in Austria, France, Germany, and Italy. Grades 9 to 12.

“Maurizio Cattelan—Artist’s Works,” Galerie Perrotin,