Più Libri Più Liberi – Rome Book Fair

From Wednesday 6 to Sunday 10 December 2023 Stand N30

Prinp Editore will attend “Più libri liberi” (More books, More Freedom), the national fair for small and medium-sized publishing, promoted and organized by the Italian Publishers Association which takes place in Rome in December. The event is held at the new conference center of the capital, La Nuvola, designed by star architect Massimiliano Fuksas. “Più libri liberi” is the first Italian fair dedicated exclusively to independent publishing where every year around five hundred publishers, coming from all over Italy, present their news and their catalog to the public. Five days and over 650 events in which to meet authors, attend readings and musical performances, listen to debates on industry issues. Come and visit us to discover our editorial news, visit our stand to browse our selection of books and the latest news.

Più libri più liberi
From 6 to 10 December 2023
Congress Center La Nuvola – Stand N30
Viale Asia, 40-44
00144 Rome



from 12th to 15nd October 2023
Publishing Pavillion- Stand #9

We are pleased to announce our participation in artVerona, one of the most important modern and contemporary art fairs, which will be held in Verona from Friday 13th to Sunday 15th October 2023.
Come and visit us to discover our editorial news, visit our stand to browse our selection of art books. Furthermore, during the fair, you will have the opportunity to view a vast selection of our best art books, including works by important artists and young emerging authors.
On the occasion of the fair, our publishing house is organizing a presentation curated by Nicolas Ballario in collaboration with the A Pick Gallery of Turin, where visitors will be able to discover a new cross-media publishing project entitled “A Pick Publishing”, linked to the series monograph of the gallery. Furthermore, on the occasion of the exhibition “Et in Arcadia ego” by Maestro Giulio Paolini, which will be inaugurated during the days of the fair in the Achille Forti Modern Art Gallery, in our stand there will be a focus dedicated to our book “Giulio Paolini. Works on paper: a gestural laboratory for image perception” by Ilaria Bernardi.
ArtVerona, now in its eighteenth edition, confirms itself as a reference fair for the valorization and support of the Italian art system, continuing the aim of strengthening the dialogue between national and international operators. An event attentive to innovation and history, capable of presenting the most experimental contemporary languages ​​and the masters of modern art, creating, in the numerous sections and projects that animate it, spaces for knowledge and sharing.
ArtVerona takes place in the fascinating setting of the famous Venetian city, with its great historical, artistic and cultural tradition. In fact, the city is home to numerous monuments and buildings including the Verona Arena, Piazza delle Erbe, Juliet’s House, the Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore, Castelvecchio. We are sure that you will be fascinated by the beauty of the city and the numerous cultural opportunities it offers. If you are an art enthusiast, ArtVerona is an unmissable event. And if you are in Verona, don’t miss the opportunity to visit our stand and discover our selection of art books. Don’t miss it!

The appointment in the Talk Area of ​​the Fair:
– Saturday 14 October at 5.00 pm
By Nicolas Ballario
“A Pick Publishing” cross-media publishing project
With Nicolas Ballario, Valentina Bonomonte and Emanuela Romano (A Pick Gallery), Dario Salani (Prinp Editore).

Prinp Editore – Publishing Pavillion – Stand 9
Veronafiere | Pavilions 11 and 12
Re Teodorico Entrance, Viale dell’Industria
37135 Verona


Salone Internazionale del Libro di Torino

from 18th to 22nd May 2023 Pavillion 2 – Stand K10

We are pleased to announce our fixed appointment at the International Book Fair, the most important Italian book and publishing fair, which will be held in Turin from Thursday 18 to Monday 22 May 2023. Come and visit us to discover our publishing news, visit our booth to browse our selection of books and the latest news.
The Turin International Book Fair is one of the most important cultural events in Italy, attended by thousands of visitors, not only Italians but also foreigners, to discover the latest news from the publishing world. The Salone is a unique opportunity to meet nationally and internationally renowned authors, participate in book presentations, debates, conferences and workshops for adults and children. Here reading enthusiasts can find all literary genres: from fiction to non-fiction, through poetry, science fiction, art and comics. The Book Fair is also an important publishing platform, where publishing houses, literary agencies, bookshops and distributors can present their editorial proposals and meet new authors. Furthermore, the Salone is characterized by the attention to the promotion of Italian culture and language, through the participation of cultural and scholastic institutions, which organize meetings, debates and educational workshops. We are waiting for you!

There are several presentations and events at the Salone that you cannot miss, here is our program:

– Thursday 18 May at 16.30 Arena Piemonte – Pavilion 2
Colonial Scenography – FIAT 633NM
With Enrico Manera, Roberto Mastroianni, Chiara Miranda, Eleonora Roaro. An insight into the work of Eleonora Roaro, linked to the experience of her great-grandfather, a truck driver in Ethiopia and Eritrea in 1937-38, which illuminates the falsified and removed aspects of Italian colonial history. In collaboration with the Museum of the Resistance.

– Thursday 18 May at 17.30 Arena Piemonte – Pavillion 2
Does oblivion always win in the end? The stumbling blocks and the strength of micro-stories.
With Barbara Berruti, Michela Cella, Anna Foa, Roberto Mastroianni, Andrea Ripetta and Adachiara Zevi. In collaboration with ANPI, the Jewish Community of Turin, the Piedmont Regional Council – the Resistance and Constitution Committee and the Museum of the Resistance.

– Monday 22nd May at 16.00 Sala Lilla – Pavillion 2
Claudio Cena. Filotropia.
With Gian Giorgio Massara, Angelo Mistrangelo and Silvana Nota. Presentation of the monograph by Claudio Cena, one of the most original artists on the contemporary art scene.

Salone Internazionale del Libro 2023 – Attraverso lo specchio – from 18th to 22nd May 2023 Lingotto Fiere – Via Nizza 280 – 10126 Turin

Presentation of two books about Theatre

New books by Fernando Mastropasqua

La strana pietà del signor Bertolt Brecht e altre malinconie teatrali” and “Teatro provincia dell’uomo” are the two books by Fernando Mastropasqua that we will present next week. The  first is a book that aims to look at the theater from a particular perspective: ignoring the chronological succession, taking into consideration those moments in which the theater has shown life in its ephemeral and senseless essence, with that ironic and thoughtful melancholy that had distinguished the creations of Ettore Petrolini in Variety. The attitude, shared by Brecht, an intense presence in Karl Valentin’s cabaret, originates in the severe and sorrowful gaze of Sophocles. This is why the essay on Brecht’s Pietà, on the harsh suffering of the silent scream of Mother Courage opens the itinerary. The second book is inspired, in its title and method, by the book by Elias Canetti, “La provincia dell’uomo”. The volume consists of two parts. In the first some fundamental moments in the history of the theater are taken into consideration, such as the Greek theater and the Elizabethan theater, and some innovative theories, from Craig to Stanislavkij, in which the actor’s research is aimed at giving a symbolic or realistic image , of human nature, in its truth and in its fragility. A fragment, taken from the Living Theater’s Antigone, illuminates the discourse. The second part is dedicated to the reconstruction of the text and of Carmelo Bene’s video-work, Hommelette for Hamlet, in which echoes of Shakespeare’s and Laforgue’s Hamlet are reflected, based on the vision of the Lacanian Man. The reconstruction is accompanied by a detailed commentary on all the situations in which the protagonist, a strange cemetery Hamlet surrounded by statues by Bernini who come to life and participate in the representation, finds himself involved.

Fernando Mastropasqua is the director of series Theatre for Prinp Publishing. Former professor of Theater History at the Universities of Pisa, Trento and Turin, has dealt with parties, ancient masks, carnivals, directing. His most recent publications are: “Komos, il riso di Dioniso: Maschera e Sapienza”, Rome, ETL, National Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions, 1989; “Metamorfosi del teatro”, Naples, ESI, 1998; “In cammino verso Amleto (Craig and Shakespeare)”, Pisa, BFS, 2000; “Teatro Provincia dell’uomo”, Livorno, Frediani, 2004; “La scena rituale”, Rome, Carocci, 2007; collaborates with the magazine “Critica d’Arte”. With Prinp Editore he has published “Un teatro di pezzenti”, 2018, “Teatro provincia dell’uomo”, 2021 and two works together with Ferdinando Falossi: “L’incanto della maschera”, 2014 and “La poesia della maschera”, 2015.

Tuesday 4 April at 12.30 The Presence of Theater in our Dark Lives Presentation of the book “La strana pietà del signor Bertolt Brecht” in the Theater History lesson by Prof. Anna Monteverdi Aula K112 Dipartimento Beni Culturali e Ambientali, via Noto 8, Milano

Friday 7 April at 21.00 T.R.I.P.O.F.O.B.I.A After the theatrical performance of the Ivona company, there will be the presentation of the books “Teatro provincia dell’uomo” and “La strana pietà del signor Bertolt Brecht”. Fernando Mastropasqua in dialogue with Andrea Calvi, Jungian analyst, psychotherapist, teacher and essayist and Dario Salani, editor. OFFICINE CAOS, P.zza Montale 18/a, Turin It is possible to book at this link Officine Caos

Prinp @ MIA Photo Fair

MIA – Milan Image Art Fair

The International Photography Art Fair in Italy
Superstudio Maxi – Milano

from 23rd to 26th March 2023 Stand T7 – ​​Publishers Area

We are pleased to announce our participation in the MIA Photo Fair, one of the most important international art photography fairs, which will be held in Milan from Thursday 23rd to Sunday 26th March 2023. Come and visit us to discover our editorial news, visit our stand to browse our selection of art books. Furthermore, during the fair, you will have the opportunity to view a wide selection of our best photography books, including works by important artists and young emerging authors. On the occasion of the fair, our publishing house organizes presentations and meetings with authors, where visitors can find out more about their works and their inspirations. MIA Photo Fair, now in its twelfth edition, is confirmed as the most important and prestigious event dedicated to art photography, held in the international setting of Milan, a city with a great artistic and cultural tradition. The city is home to numerous museums and art galleries, including the Pinacoteca di Brera, the Museo del Novecento, the Hangar Bicocca, and the Fondazione Prada. Milan is therefore the ideal place to spend an inspiring weekend dedicated to art, photography and culture. If you are passionate about photography and art, MIA Photo Fair is an unmissable event. And if you are in Milan, don’t miss the opportunity to visit our stand and discover our selection of photography books. We are sure that you will be captivated by the beauty of the city and the many cultural opportunities it offers. We are waiting for you!

Two appointments with our authors in the Talk Area of ​​the Fair:
– Thursday 23 March h 15.00 Il lato umano delle cose. With Enzo Obiso and Angela Madesani.
– Sunday 26 March h 15.00 Scenografie coloniali – FIAT 633NM. With Eleonora Roaro, Roberto Mastroianni and Chiara Miranda.

MIA – Milan Image Art Fair
Superstudio Maxi – Milan
Prinp Editore – Stand T7
Via Moncucco 35 Milano
MM2 Famagosta

The “Pietre d’Inciampo” (stumbling blocks)

Turin welcomes the new Stumbling Blocks by Gunter Demnig

For the ninth year, Turin welcomes the Stumbling Stones (Stolpersteine) by Gunter Demnig.
On 12th and 13th January 2023 13 new stones dedicated to as many victims of Nazi and fascist deportation have be installed. Thus there are be 143 stumbling blocks present in the city area.

The “Museo diffuso della Resistenza, della Deportazione, della Guerra, dei Diritti e della Libertà” of Turin – in collaboration with the Jewish Community of Turin, the National Association of Ex Deported Persons (Aned) – Turin section and the Goethe Institut Turin – for the ninth year, has brought Gunter Demnig’s Stolpersteine to Turin, a European project conceived and created by the German artist to remember the individual victims of Nazi and Fascist deportation. The artist produces small brass plaques set on concrete cubes which are then inserted into the pavement in front of the last home freely chosen by the victim. Each plate bears “He lived here…”, the victim’s name, date and place of birth and death/disappearance. More than 90,000 stones have been laid across Europe.
As in previous years, the students of 10 Turin schools of all levels were actively involved in an educational itinerary created by the Museum in collaboration with the Istoreto (Piedmontese institute for the history of the Resistance and contemporary society “Giorgio Agosti” ) and the ANCR (National Cinematographic Archive of the Resistance), whose conclusion is expected in the month of March, with the staging of public events. Also for this edition, the educational path has the support of the Polo del ‘900 as an integrated teaching project.
For the occasion, an important book was produced dedicated to the German artist Gunter Demnig and his stumbling blocks, a widespread and shared monument for Europe. To remember the victims of Nazi fascism, the artist produces small brass plaques placed on stone cubes that are set into the pavement in front of the last home freely chosen by the victim. The Albertina Academy of Fine Arts, after having accepted the candidacy by the Widespread Museum of the Resistance of Deportation, War, Rights and Freedom of Turin, conferred the title of Academician of Honor on Gunter Demnig on 12 January 2022. The volume contains the acts, speeches and essays produced on the occasion of the ceremony and as a reflection on the artistic project.

Find out more on the book page:


Prinp a Più Libri Più Liberi

Più Libri Più Liberi

Fiera Nazionale della Piccola e Media Editoria
La Nuvola – Roma

from 7th until 11th December 2022 Stand N30

The National Fair of Small and Medium Publishing turns 20 and returns to Rome from 7 to 11 December at the La Nuvola congress center, after a year’s hiatus due to the pandemic. Five days to discover the latest news and catalogs from over 500 publishers, meet authors, attend musical performances, readings and debates. The theme chosen for this edition is Freedom. We await you with the latest news and a selection of the best published titles.

Più Libri Più Liberi
La Nuvola – Roma Convention Center
Viale Asia 40 – 00144 Roma

Book launch “Il sogno” at MilleOOLP bookshop

Book launch
IL SOGNO. Poesia di Grazia Valente, opere di Chen Li.
Prinp Editore, 2022

With Grazia Valente and Chen Li

“Il sogno” is a real artist’s book created by four hands by the artist Chen Li with poems by Grazia Valente.
“The dream” belongs to our reality, both in relation to psychic activity, which occurs during sleep, and in the more prosaic one of aspiration, desire often relegated to the sphere of the impossible. “The dream” can also be considered as a protected area, an interior space to be guarded and preserved, a place to wait for an event that often appears nebulous and difficult to decipher, but which we do not want to give up.
In these compositions, drawn from various collections published since 2012, the theme of the dream has been declined in various ways, depending on the mood at the time of inspiration. And often with an ironic streak, characteristic of my way of understanding – and doing – poetry.

WHEN: Friday November 4 2022 at 18.00

WHERE: libreria MilleOOLP – Via dei Mille 30 / D, Turin

“Scenografie coloniali. FIAT 633NM” @ Flashback Art Fair

Book launch:
Scenografie coloniali. FIAT 633NM di Eleonora Roaro
Prinp Editore, 2022

In addition to the artist Eleonora Roaro, will partecipate the editors of the book:
Roberto Mastroianni, philosopher, lecturer, President of Museo diffuso della Resistenza, della Deportazione, della Guerra, dei Diritti e della Libertà
Enrico Manera, philosopher, historian, lecturer and essayist
Chiara Miranda, exhibition manager of of Museo diffuso della Resistenza, della Deportazione, della Guerra, dei Diritti e della Libertà

“Scenografie coloniali. FIAT 633NM” is the book that documents the exhibition created by the Museo Diffuso della Resistenza, della Deportazione, della Guerra, dei Diritti e della Libertà of Turin, curated by Enrico Manera, Roberto Mastroianni, Chiara Miranda and stages a reflection on the historical experience of Italian colonialism in Italian East Africa (AOI), proposing a path that combines historiographical, anthropological, cultural and didactic in-depth study in relation to the audio-video installation by Eleonora Roaro, entitled FIAT 633NM.
The book is an exercise in decolonization of our gaze and imagination and of racist and colonialist propaganda through the problematization and deconstruction of the figure of the European colonizer, investigating the imaginary mechanisms of the construction of the colonial landscape and the imaginary invention of Africa made through the fascist propaganda of the time. The colonial gaze and imaginary are questioned starting from a work of art that interacts with a theoretical historical reconstruction, the result of the research work of the Museo Diffuso and of the partner institutions of the Polo del ‘900.

WHEN: Saturday November 5 2022 from 11.30 to 13.00

WHERE: Flashback Habitat Art Fair – Area Talk – Corso Giovanni Lanza 75, Torino

Book launch “Teatro provincia dell’uomo”

Teatro provincia dell’uomo si ispira, nel titolo e nel metodo, al libro di Elias Canetti, La provincia dell’uomo. Vengono dapprima presi in considerazione alcuni momenti fondamentali della sto- ria del teatro, come il teatro greco e il teatro elisabettiano, e alcune teorie innovative: da Craig a Stanislavkij al Living Theatre. La seconda parte è dedicata alla ricostruzione del testo e del- l’opera-video di Carmelo Bene, Hommelette for Hamlet, nella quale si riflettono echi dell’Amleto di Shakespeare e di quello di Laforgue.
La ricostruzione è accompagnata da un dettagliato commento di tutte le situazioni, in cui il protagonista, uno strano Amleto cimiteriale attorniato da statue del Bernini che prendono vita e partecipano alla rappresentazione, si trova coinvolto.

Oltre all’autore interverranno
Marco Gobetti, attore
Carla Pagliero, docente di storia dell’arte
Domenico Castaldo, direttore del LabPerm
Ginevra Giachetti, attrice del LabPerm
Dario Salani, editore

Evento parte di E/State in Svincoli
sostenuto dalla Fondazione per la Cultura di Torino
nell’ambito del bando Torino a Cielo Aperto

Evento parte del progetto “Contagi Generativi”
con il contributo del Ministero del Lavoro e delle Politiche Sociali
in collaborazione con Regione Piemonte

QUANDO: 24 giugno 2021
Ore 18.30
DOVE: San Pietro in Vincoli Zona Teatro,
Via San Pietro in Vincoli 28, Torino