I’m starting to appreciate Fellini more and more, and love this post about his Book of Dreams
During a recent press conference in Milan for the presentation of the first Drawing Biennial in Rimini (Italy) – see my previous post – I had the great occasion to admire the original Fellini’s Book of Dreams (the two volumes were brought to Milan from Rimini by a special security team…).
Anyone familiar with the films of Fellini knows that he gave importance to dreams. The extent of that devotion is fully evident with his “Il Libro dei Sogni” (The Book of Dreams). These sketches are mostly done with variously colored felt-tip pens. Urged by the Jungian analyst Ernst Bernhard, Fellini jotted down and illustrated his own nocturnal fantasies over the space of thirty years. The first volume (approximately 245 pages) goes from November 30, 1960 to August 2, 1968, while the second (154 pages) goes from February 1973 until the end of 1982: a span of 22 years, which…
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