Enzo Gualtiero Bargiacchi

(Profilo biobibliografico)

Enzo Gualtiero Bargiacchi, e figlio di Orazio di Rosa Pacini, è nato il 1 ° ottobre 1939 a Pistoia, attualmente dove vive. Ha inizialmente svolto one Attività di ricerca nel campo della statistic is dell'informatica, in connessione a Firenze con il lavoro (Cinque fine degli anni dalla) to con Provincia di Firenze and (from 1970) to con Region of Tuscany (I-VI Legislature): pubblicazioni specialistiche; elaborazioni innovative del censimento della popolazione 1971; preparazione del censimento 1981; constituzionale del Comitato per la statistical interregional; Coordinamento del dipartimento EUSDS (Statistics, Elaborazione Vote, Documentazione) the Giunta Regionale della Toscana.

Sostanzialmente autodidatta (Studi Tecnico-Scientifica, e laureates in The economy is Commercio ALL’University of Florence, Gia QUANDO attivamente occupato), dopo one giovanile esperienza di consigliere communal a Pistoia, addresses a great effort as a cultural worker and scholar of artistic interdisciplinary (music-theater-performance-visual arts) Sixties, Seventies and early eighties.

In those years, Italy was a vital center for the production of the most advanced international theater: Peter Brook, Living Theatre (Judith Malina and Julian Beck), Robert Wilson, Meredith Monk, Richard Foreman, Stephan Balint (Squat Theatre), Tadeusz Kantor (have a permanent establishment in Florence), Eugenio Facial with l’Odin Teatret and Jerzy Grotowski (to the Center for theatrical experimentation and research in Pontedera), Luca Ronconi (to the Metastasio Theatre of Prato). In addition to these major events, Bargiacchi followed with assiduous attention to the long and memorable season of the new Italian theater, especially centered in the so-called Roman cellars, in Trastevere and especially around the Beat 72 Ulysses and Simone Benedetti Carella. Shows and performances of extraordinary scenic beauty and innovation were produced by Carmelo Well, Leo De Berardinis and Pearl Peragallo, Carlo Quartucci and Carla Tatò, Mario Ricci, Giancarlo Nanni and Manuela Kustermann (Theatre Faith, today Theatre The Vessel), Claudio Remondi and Riccardo Caporossi, Pippo Brand, Giuliano Vasilicò, Meme Perlini and Antonello Aglioti, Bruno Mazzali and Rosa Di Lucia (Patagruppo), the youth of the Gay Science (Giorgio Barberio Corsetti, Framework Solari, Alessandra Deficits), Andrea The Child, Blessed Simonelli, Marcello Sambati, Victor Horse (Victor Vitolo), to mention only some of the most representative formations operating on the Roman scene. The Roman theaters housed in fact the similar artistic experiences, born in other contexts, such as the Florentine (Ouroboros by Pierluigi Pier'Alli; Bandwagon, Criminals then Warehouses, Warehouses, Company Lombardi-Tiezzi, Federico Tiezzi, Alessandro Lombardi and Marion On Hamburg) and Neapolitan (Free Space Vittorio Lucariello; False Movement Mario Martone; Teatro Studio di Caserta, di Toni Servillo), o di altre provenienze, come il torinese Gianni Colosimo, i milanesi Roberto Taroni (con Luisa Cividin) e Ferruccio Ascari, i trentini Claudio Stringari e il duo Francesco Dal Bosco e Fabrizio Varesco; e il pur lungo elenco non rende giustizia, a tante altre rilevanti espressioni artistiche romane e di altri luoghi.

Nel mitico ambiente del Beat 72, vero tempio sotterraneo dell’avanguardia artistica, oltre all’eccellenza del teatro, e alle serate di poesia, il lunedì era possibile assistere ad eventi musicali decisamente rari e preziosi; vi ha incontrato, ed ha avuto fruttuosi scambi, Sylvano Bussotti, Domenico Guaccero, Frank Evangelists (Nuova Consonanza), Alvin Curran e gli amici di Musica Elettronica Viva, Roberto Laneri (Prima Materia), Antonello Neri, Fernando Grillo, and, soprattutto, sia tramite i precedenti, sia attraverso i soprani Joan Logue e Michiko Hirayama, la violoncellista Frances-Marie Uitti, e vari giovani strumentisti e compositori, come Giancarlo Schiaffini, Roberto Fabbriciani, Giorgio Battistelli, e altri, ha avuto la fortuna di essere avvicinato alla musica eccelsa ed esoterica di Giacinto Scelsi. Nel frattempo circolavano a Rome, soprattutto nella galleria di Fabio Sargentini (anche regista di finissime performance teatrali), o comunque per suo interessamento, The Monte Young, Terry Riley e la musica indiana. Sempre a Rome, ma anche a Florence e in altre località si potevano ascoltare John Cage, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Steve Reich, Philip Glass. Importante anche il continuo scambio e collaborazione, a Florence con Giuseppe Chiari, Giancarlo Cardini e Daniele Lombardi, and to London, seppur per soli sei intensi mesi del 1976 and 1977, con musicisti di varie tendenze: da un lato i compositori di avanguardia della musica di derivazione classica (Gavin Bryars, Christopher Hobbs, Michael Nyman, Howard Skempton, John White), on the other side of the bubbling improvisation, with Derek Bailey, Evan Parker, Lol Coxill, Barry Guy, Paul Rutherford, Maggie Nicols (Nichols), John Surman, Tony Oxley, Philipp Wachsmann, Tony Wren, David Toop, Paul Burwell, Max Eastley, Steve Beresford, Peter Cusack and many other young, all followed in their activities and attended individually and in groups.

As regards more specifically the visual arts not only followed the most important shows and exhibitions in Italy and abroad, but he attended continuously artists in their studios actively participating in a season vibrant and innovative.

Engaged in decade 1970-1980 in the management of Teatro Comunale Manzoni of Pistoia, brought you the most relevant innovative experiences of Italian theater, and music, not only Italian; just remember Sylvano Bussotti, Joseph Chiari, Giancarlo Cardini, Alvin Curran (alone, with Musica Elettronica Viva 2, and in various other combinations), Phil Woods, John Surman, Steve Lacy, Don Cherry, Jan Garbarek, Derek Bailey, Evan Parker. After the 1975 these presences were collected in a specific review, held annually in five editions, from 1976 to the 1980, under the title "Theatre and music to new forms of expression” (1-5, Teatro Comunale Manzoni of Pistoia). As the development of these reviews, has promoted and organized, for Teatro Comunale di Pistoia (chaired by Marcello Bucci, then head of culture Municipality, and later mayor Pistoia), in collaboration with Giuseppe Bartolucci, the "International Meetings Arts-Theatre ", 1. Italian-California, Pistoia, May 1980 (see also the wide photographic documentation).

Among the art exhibitions are curated report: “The memory, the unconscious”, Pistoia, 1981 (widely reviewed in, see press review; part of the text in the catalog was re-released, with the same title, The memory, the unconscious, his "The Minotaur. Problems and research depth psychology ", a. VII, flight. 1, May 1981, pp. 3-9); “Shape without form (Formless Form)”, 1982 (the text in the exhibition catalog, organized by the Galleria Civica di Modena and held in The Museum Building of Modena and in Palazzo Lanfranchi of Pisa, was re-released, with the same title, Shape without form, as essay phenomenology of aesthetic experience, on "Journal of Analytical Psychology”, a. 14, fasc. 27, March 1983, Connections, pp. 162-209; the exhibition and the catalog aroused great interest as evidenced by the rich press review).
Contributor to major newspapers and magazines of art and theater performances, as "TeatrOltre. The writing stage " (essays on Benedict Simonelli and of The Gay Science), “Flash Art”, “Sign”, “Domus“, “Kunstforum” (The Gay Science), and various other. Author of the items "Art and depth psychology"And"Eastern thought and depth psychology"In Portolano of Psychology by Paolo Tranchina e altri (Cooperative Documentation Centre, Pistoia, 1994, pp. 23-26 and 345-348).

Progressively oriented towards the study of issues related to the relationship between art and science, between the aesthetic and the logical-rational, has developed a parallel interest in Eastern thought (to which you must travel in the Asian regions), pushing his research on the epistemological level of relations between philosophical and religious cultures as diverse as Western and Eastern. In recent years he has devoted great attention to the exemplary figure of the Jesuit Ippolito Desideri of Pistoia, pioneer in the discovery and forerunner of the meeting of those same traditions.

The study and thorough research on the life and work of the missionary Pistoia and all related sources, led him to broaden the horizon of his interests on a historical-geographical (history of exploration, missions and, more generally, the relationship between East and West) religious and philosophical (with particular regard to the meeting-Christianity Buddhism). For this reason, the site dedicated to Ippolito Desideri, in addition to the specific issues relating to the character and his work, is open on all sides disciplinary covering Asia Buddhist or former Buddhist and its relationship with Europe. The activities carried out in this direction are described in detail in the pages under the title 'Project Wish'.

A) It's Writings. G. Bargiacchi until 2001

Are not considered technical publications, Statistics, computer, and similar. We remember only, for the historical volume, Bargiacchi which he co-authored with Julian Bianchi (1934-2008), Project Etruria. The electronic processing at the service of local, URPT. Regional Union of the Provinces of Tuscany, Florence, 1969, pp. 142, cm. 28,5×21,5. In particular Bargiacchi is the direct author of the glossary and bibliography, also published as a separate statement (Project Etruria. Glossary and bibliography of electronic processing, URPT, Florence, 1969, pp. 47).
The writings herein are divided into three categories: 1) theater-performance; 2) Art; 3) other (psychology, philosophy). The various characters listed do not have the link to the relevant biographical, for which reference should be made to the alphabetical content on the page Indices.
1) Theatre-performance:

1 - Improvisation at Soho Poly, “Gong“, a. IV, n. 9, September 1977, p. 59 [Chamberpot, All Weather Orchestra, Roy Ashbury, Derek Bailey, Richard Beswick, Nigel Coombes, Mel Davis, Terry Day, Barry Guy, Paul Jolly, Simon Mayo, Dave Panton, John Russell, Larry Stabbins, Roger Turner, Philip Wachsmann, Tony Wren].

2 Meeting and interview with Lol Coxhill (I.C.A., London, 18 July 1977) [unpublished].

3 – Theatre and music to new forms of expression / 4, “Notebooks dell'Assessorato cultural institutes” (Municipality of Pistoia), n.1, 1979 (reissued with amendments on “Sign” 12, June 1979).

4 - Theatre and music to new forms of expression, “Sign“, n. 12, June 1979, pp. 44-45 [Giancarlo Cardini, Bandwagon (Federico Tiezzi, Alessandro Lombardi, Marion D'Hamburg), Leo De Berardinis and Pearl Peragallo, Marco Del Re and Cecilia Nesbitt, Or Rossella, Ouroboros (Pierluigi Pier'Alli, Gabriella Bartolomei), Marco Solari and Alessandra Vanzi].

5 – Why post-avant-garde?, “Paese Sera“, Monday 30.7.1979, p. 9.

6 – Step southwest: The origins of tragedy, “Sign“, n. 13, October 1979, pp. 36-38 [Exhibition curated by Giuseppe Bartolucci, with the participation of: Giorgio Barberio Corsetti (with Ennio Fantastichini), Francesco Dal Bosco and Fabrizio Varesco, False Movement (Mario Martone), Oh-Art (Antonio Saletta [Sixty], Marina Bianchi, Oliviero Ponte di Pino), Benedict Simonelli, Free Space (Vittorio Lucariello), Roberto Taroni and Luisa Cividin, Teatro Studio di Caserta (Toni Servillo), The-to-three (Ippolita Endorsements, Catherine Casini, Monica Gazzo, Gloria Faults, Marzia Mealli), Giles Wright and Ezio Dancers. Interventions by Claudio Marchese, Scarlett Bonfiglioli, Andrea Ciullo, Giulio Di Martino, Enrico Fiore, Carlo Infante, Lorenzo Mango, Gianni Manzella, Oliviero Ponte di Pino, Serenella Romano].

7 – Per Benedetto Simonelli, “Teatroltre. On stage scrittura” (BULZONI Editore, Rome), n. 20, 1979 (Dalla postavanguardia alla nuova spettacolarità), pp. 90-100.

8 – Il Teatro Lirico di Andrea della disaster Ciullo, “Sign“, n. 14, January 1980, p. 45.

9 – Iper-Urania (Beat 72. Rome 1980, dattiloscritto sullo spettacolo di Simone Carella, Mario Benedetti's Ulisse Romano.

10 – Benedict Simonelli (Beat 72 / Rome), “Flash Art“, n. 94-95, January-February 1980, p. 51 [recensione di Smart Symphony (Beat 72, Rome, 15 December 1979)].

11 – Get it by ragazze di violento, “Flash Art“, n. 94-95, January-February 1980, pp. 51-52 [recensione dello spettacolo Tea Road (Dagli Appennini alle Ande), del gruppo ‘The a tre’ (Ippolita Endorsements, Monica Gazzo, Marzia Mealli).

12 – Dalla born alla fine di a movimento di nuovo teatro a (La Stagione theater 1978-79), dattiloscritto parzialmente pubblicato su “Art Dimension” 19, march 1980.

13 – From the end of the movement to the birth of a new theater (the 1978-79 theatrical season), dattiloscritto parzialmente pubblicato su “Art Dimension” 19, March 1980.

14 - Dalla born alla fine di a movimento di nuovo teatro a (La Stagione theater 1978-79). From the end of the movement to the birth of a new theater (the 1978-79 theatrical season), “Art Dimension”, n. 19, March 1980, pp.30-34.

- The interior fisica di Benedetto Simonelli, “Drive In”. Arts Informazioni spettacolo, March 1980, p. 14.

16 Benedict Simonelli. La Battaglia di Anghiari (Beat 72, Rome, 15.3.1980), dattiloscritto.

17 - Week of performance art American, “Sign“, n. 15, March to April 1980, pp. 15-16 [Laurie Anderson, Chris Burden, Julia Heyward, Paul McCarthy Richard Newton, Martha Wilson].

18 - The new theater in Italy. The situation in Italy in the light of earlier, dattiloscritto, 1980.

19 - The new theater in Italy and contemporary artistic experiences, Teatro Comunale Manzoni, Pistoia, April 1980 (File: Presentation of the exhibition “Theatre and music to new forms of expression/5″ [Ulla Alasjärvi - Beppe Bergamasco (Mobile Action Artists' Foundation, then C.S.D., Experimental Dramatic Society), Victor Cavallo, Luisa Cividin - Roberto Taroni, Mario Martone - Andrea Renzi (False Movement), Teatro Studio di Caserta (Toni Servillo), Gianfranco Varetto].

20 – The Gay Science: Ensemble, “Flash Art“, n. 96-97, April to May 1980, p. 23

21 – The new theater in Italy and artistic experiences / The New Theatre in Italy and Artistic Experiences, Premise, in Italian and English, to Press Review of “International Meetings Arts-Theatre / 1. Italian-California (7-11 May 1980), Municipality of Pistoia, 1980 [Installations and Performances of: Beat 72 (Simone Carella, Ulysses Benedetti, Mario Romano), Giancarlo Cardini, Andrea Ciullo, Gay Science (Giorgio Barberio Corsetti, Marco Solari, Alessandra Vanzi), Kipper Kids, Warehouses Criminals (Federico Tiezzi, Alessandro Lombardi, Marion in Hamburg, Pierluigi Tazzi), Marchingegno (Giancarlo Cauteruccio, Cesare Pergola, Barbara Pignotti), Davide Mosconi, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Gianni Ruffi, Benedict Simonelli, Snake Theatre, Soon 3 (Alan Finneran), The-to-three (Ippolita Endorsements, Monica Gazzo, Marzia Mealli), Marino Vismara, program with out Mario Manganiello (Theatre just paranoid). Reports and interventions: Renzo Bardelli, Enzo Bargiacchi, Renato Barilli, Giuseppe Bartolucci, Germano Celant, Franco Cordelli, Michael Kirby, Alessandro Mendini, Wing Violence, Theodore Shank, Mario Sperenzi, Luigi Tassinari];

22 - From the new theater at the new performance, “Flash Art“, n. 98-99, summer 1980, pp.46 and 48;

23 - From new to theater performance, “Flash Art International“, n. 100, November 1980, pp. 39 and 42;

24 – The journey of the Gaia Science, “Teatroltre. On stage scrittura” (BULZONI Editore, Rome), n. 22, 1980, pp. 48-71.

25 – Warehouses Criminals and the spectacular world today, ”Sign“, n. 18, November to December 1980, p.56 [On the last work of the group Warehouses Criminals (Already Carrozzone) Federico Tiezzi, Alessandro Lombardi e Marion D’Amburgo, and in particular on Ebdomero n. 2, with the participation of Pierluigi Tazzi.

26 – The theater's psychoanalytic Silvio Benedetto, “Sign“, n. 20, March to April 1981, p. 36.

27 - The Gay Science. Luisa Cividin – Roberto Taroni, Kölnischer Kunstverein, KOLNMuseum Folkwang, Essen Kunstmuseum, Dusseldorf (Tests in February Catalogo firmato 1981; ripubblicato in “Kunstforum“, Bd. 58, 2/83, February, pp. 60-67).

28 – Rapporto Arte / Teatro, International Vento (12.3.1981) nel Seminario “Lo spazio Fisico: strumenti d’indagine” svolto the Florence song 12 marzo al 14 May 1981, but the cura Il Marchingegno (Giancarlo Cesare da Diretta Cauteruccio this Pergola).

29 – Il ‘Teatro Residuo’ domani a Quarrata. Spettacoli Tratto da uno con un argentino racconto dello scrittore Borges [recensione Spettacoli dello di Luciano Baldini (Baldovino)], “The Nation”, Giove’ 21 May 1981.

30 – International Vento al Convegno “La cultura dello spazio”, organizzato dall’ARCI Tuscany in Florence, Palagio di Parte Guelfa, 5-7 June 1981.

31 - Gay Science / Cividin Tarone, “Sign“, n. 21, May to June 1981, p. 51.

32 – Il Marchingegno. Rondò di Bacco. Florence, “Flash Art“, n. 104, summer 1981, p. 62 [recensione dello spettacolo 4 NMI LED (Paesaggio ELETTRONICO) del gruppo Il Marchingegno (Giancarlo Cauteruccio, Cesare e Pergola Barbara Pignotti).

33 – The Gay Science, “Kunstforum“, Bd. 58, 2/83, February (Performance. Zwischen und Tanz Theater), pp. 60-67 [riproduzione contenuto del testo nel Catalogo “The Gay Science. Luisa Cividin – Roberto Taroni” (1981)];

34 – Gli Spettacoli della Biennale, “Le Arti News”, a. III, n. 4-5, settembre / ottobre-novembre / dicembre 1984, pp. 33-34 [installations and works of Marina Abramoviis, Alberto Burri, Michael Buthe, Valie Export; shows Carlo Quartucci (with Carla Tato) or he coordinated, with Giulio Paolini, Jannis Kounellis, for Kirkeby, Laurence Weiner, Daniel Buren; Modules in purple, Giulio Turcato, come ‘Omaggio a Kandinsky’ (music by Luciano Berio, choreographer Min Tanaka, directed by Vana Caruso); Dream room, Gianni De Luigi (son of the painter Mario), with intervention Meriem Meghnagi; concert Luigi Cinque, Massimo Coen, Eugenio Colombo, Massimo Monti, Giancarlo Schiaffini].

2) Art:

1- The artist as historian, “Sign“, n. 14, January 1980, pp. 20-21 [shows Ravenna (Loggia of Lombardesca, 24.11.1979-7.1.1980), edited by Vanni Bramanti, with works by Roberto Barni, Tano Festa, Carlo Maria Mariani, Giulio Paolini, Claudio Parmiggiani, Concept Pozzati, Salvo, Mario Schifano];

2- The earth in its various aspects, “Sign“, n. 14, January 1980, pp. 21-22 [show “The Earth” a Spoleto (September-October 1979), curated by Giorgio De Dominicis, with works by Claudio Costa, Antonio De Laurentis, Piero Gilardi, Eliseo Mattiacci, Mario Merz, Afranio Metelli, Dennis Oppenheim, Pino Pascali, Anne and Patrick Poirier, Concept Pozzati, Umberto Raponi, Gianni Ruffi, Bruno Signorini, Robert Smithson; musice of Alvin Curran];

3- Convegno FNLAV (Prato), “Sign“, n. 14, January 1980, p. 22 [relazioni of Achille Bonito Oliva, Enrico Crispolti , Vittorio Fagone];

4- In Luce, in shady, Galleria True Biondi, Florence, June 1980 [presentazione in catalogo della mostra di Stefano Benedetti, Pierluigi Croci, Giampaolo Di Cocco (Galleria True Biondi, Florence, from 20.6.1980) e della performance of Ugo Maggini, con Ornella Grassi (‘Igitur/Un coup de dés’, Villa Romana, Florence, 26.6.1980)];

5- Camere incantate, “Sign“, n. 17, September-October 1980, pp. 12-13 [show, “Camere incantate. Espansione dell’immagine” (photographic, film d’artista, installazione, videotape, documentazione of performance), curata nel Palazzo Reale of Milan (from 15.5.1980) of Vittorio Fagone, con opere di Vincenzo Agnetti, Cioni Carpi, James Coleman, Fernando De Filippi, Antonio Dias, Andrea Granchi, Fabio Mauri, Annabel Nicolson, Fabrizio Plessi and Christina Kubisch, Michele Sambin, Carolee Shneemann, Helmuth Schober, Franco Vaccari, e altri];

6- Arnold Böcklin e la cultura artistica in Toscana, “Sign“, n. 17, September-October 1980, pp. 25-26 [shows Fiesole, a cura di Cristina Nuzzi, centrata su Böcklin, ma comprendente anche opere di Giovanni Costetti, Adolfo De Carolis, Giorgio De Chirico, Oscar Ghiglia, Adolf von Hildebrand, Max Klinger, Hans von Marées, Plinio Nomellini, Karl Stauffer-Bern, Albert Welti];

7- Umanesimo, Disumanesimo nell’arte europea, “Sign“, n. 18, November- December 1980, pp. 42-43 [mostra curata a Florence (20.9-30.11.1980) da Lara Vinca Masini, con una parte storica (1890-1980) con circa 70 artisti ed una contemporanea di installazioni nei cortili di palazzi storici, con interventi di Sandro Chia, Giuseppe Chiari, Luciano Fabro, Haus-Rucker-Co., Hans Hollein, Rebecca Horn, Fabio Mauri, Hermann Nitsch, Wolf Vostell];

8- Fabro, Melani, Rinaldi, “Sign“, n. 19, January-February 1981, pp. 23-24 [shows Florence (Galleria True Biondi) di Luciano Fabro, Fernando Melani, Renato Ranaldi)];

9- The memory, the unconscious, Studio La Torre, Pistoia, 1981, pp. 32 [exhibition catalog (6.2.-7.3.1981) con opere di Luciano Bartolini, Bruno Ceccobelli, Sandro Chia, Enzo Cucchi, Marco Del Re, Gianni Dessì, Pietro Fortuna, Giuseppe Gallo, Renato Ranaldi, Filippo di Sambuy, Marco Tirelli. The catalog text was republished in partially “The Minotaur“, VII, 1, May 1981. See also press review];

10- The primary magic in Europe, “Sign“, n. 20, March to April 1981, p. 14 [shows Modena (Galleria Civica, 21.3.-31.5.1981) curated by Flavio Caroli, with works by Robert Adrian X, Carel Balth, Luciano Bartolini, Stephen Cox, Tony Cragg, Marianne Eigenheer, Omar Galliani, Gérard Garouste, Luigi Giandonato, Marcello Jori, Christopher Lebrun, Gianfranco Notargiacomo, John van’t Slot];

11- The artists and marble, “Sign“, n. 20, March to April 1981, pp. 14-15 [show “L’idea del marmo”, curated by Silvana Sinisi a Florence (The Pyramid Gallery, February to March 1981) and to Bologna (Galleria De’ Foscherari), with works by Mario Ceroli, Omar Galliani, Hidetoshi Nagasawa, Maximum Nannucci, Athos Ongaro, Giulio Paolini, Claudio Parmiggiani, Concept Pozzati, Gianni Ruffi, Salvo, Antonio Trotta];

12- The memory, the unconscious, “The Minotaur“, a. VII, flight. 1, May 1981, pp. 3-9 [partial publication of the text in the catalog of the exhibition];

13- Quality and development of new new, “Sign“, n. 21, May to June 1981, pp. 24-25 [show “The quality (development of new-new)” a Ferrara (Padiglione d’arte contemporanea, 10.5.-21.6.1981), curated by Renato Barilli, Francesca Alinovi and Roberto Daolio, con opere di Luciano Bartolini, Enrico Barbera, Bruno Benuzzi, Vittorio D’Augusta, Giuseppe Del Franco, Enzo Esposito, Michelangelo Antonio Faggiano, Marcello Jori, Felice Levini, Luigi Mainolfi, Giuseppe Maraniello, Luigi Ontani, Giorgio Pagano, Giuseppe Salvatori, Salvo, Aldo Spoldi, Wal (Walter Guidobaldi), Giorgio Zucchini];

14- Una stagione AMPI with a unit DISEGNO (Modena / Galleria Mazzoli), “Sign“, n. 21, May to June 1981, pp. 26-27 and 34 [stagione 1980-1981 the Galleria Emilio Mazzoli: show says Davide Benati, Pierpaolo Calzolari, Patrizia Cantalupo, Francesco Clemente, Enzo Cucchi, Marco Del Re, Mimmo Germana, Renato Ranaldi, Samo (Jean Michel Basquiat), Giulio Turcato];

15- Review Achille says Bonito Oliva, La transavanguardia Italian (Giancarlo Politi Editore, Milan, 1980), “Iterarte”.Rivista periodically monographic, a. 7, n. 20, May 1981, pp. 50-51;

16- Il dell'arte contemporary big test (Sinthesys dell’«Art 12'81"Says Basel), “La Città”. Everyday di Firenze, Saturday 18.7.1981, p. 9 (ripubblicato in “Iterarte”, a. 7, n. 22, December 1981, p. 24);

17- One hundred and one capolavori shows' master’, “Avanti!“, Sunday 19.7.1981, p. XII [show “From Monet to Picasso: Percent capolavori della Galleria Nazionale di Prague” (Palazzo Pitti, Florence, 27.6.-20.9.1981), the priest says Jiri Kotalik and Achille Bonito Oliva, operate with di Georges Braque, Josef Čapek, Paul Cézanne, Giorgio De Chirico, André Derain, Robert Falk, Paul Gauguin, Karl Hofer, Bohumil Kubista, František Kupka, Aristarkh Lentulov, Henri Matisse, Joan Miror, Claude Monet, Edvard Munch, Max Pechstein, Pablo Picasso, Jan Preisler, Egon Schiele, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Josef Šíbut, Ináclav Špála, Maurice de Vlaminck, e altri];

18- Un Bestiario medioevale nei racconti di oggi, “La Città”. Everyday di Firenze, Wednesday 26.8.1981, p. 9 [show “Bestiario”, curata a Terni (Palazzo Mazzancolli, 6.6.-26.7.1981) da Silvana Sinisi, con opere di Gianni Baretta, Luciano Bartolini, Marcello Camorani, Bruno Ceccobelli, Fabrizio Corneli, Omar Galliani, Marcello Jori, Alberto Moretti, Luigi Ontani, Renato Ranaldi, Marco Antonio Tanganelli;

19- L’arte a Colonia si fa storia, “La Città”. Everyday di Firenze, Friday 28.8.1981 [show “Westkunst. Zeitgenössische Kunst seit 1939″, grande rassegna dell’arte occidentale curata a Colonia (Rheinhallen, 30.5.-16.8.1981) da un comitato internazionale presieduto da Kasper König];

20- Ultimo Eden (Una mappa artistica della Costa Azzurra), “La Città”. Everyday di Firenze, Wednesday 9.9.1981, p. 11 [i musei e le mostre: la casa di Ben Vautier, "Hommage a Fernand Léger", nel museo F. Léger; "Scultura del XX secolo (1900-1945)", nella Fondazione Maeght; "7,2 Richter" (Filippo di Sambuy), Gallery in Catherine Issert];

21- Van Gogh still lives here, “La Città”. Everyday di Firenze, Friday 25.9.1981, p. 11 [Provence and the art; Vincent Van Gogh, Victor Vasarely];

22- Westkunst (Colonia), “Sign“, n. 22, July to September 1981, pp. 4-6 [show, a Colonia, “Westkunst. Zeitgenössische Kunst seit 1939″, edited by Kasper König];

23- Italy goes to fondthe, “La Città”. Everyday di Firenze, Sunday 8.11.1981 [show “Samples 60-68. Alternatives to Italian Pop Art and New Realism”, curata a Verona (Palazzo della Gran Guardia, from 6.8.1981) by Luigi Meneghelli and Alessandro Mozzambani operate with di 37 artists. Nell’articolo si tratta di:Valerio Adami, Franco Angeli, Enrico Baj, Roberto Barni, Gianfranco Baruchello, Gianni Bertini, Umberto Bignardi, Umberto Buscioni, Alik Cavaliere, Mario Ceroli, Claudio Cintoli, Lucio Del Pezzo, Tano Festa, Giosetta Fioroni, Piero Gilardi, Domenico Gnoli, Jannis Kounellis, Sergio Lombardo, Renato Mambor, Gino Marotta, Titina Maselli, Aldo Mondino, Ugo Medlar, Pino Pascali, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Concept Pozzati, Bepi Romagnoni, Mimmo Rotella, Gianni Ruffi, Mario Schifano, Cesare Tacchi];

24- Samples 60-68, “Sign“, n. 23, October-November 1981, pp. 10-11 [show “Samples 60-68. Alternatives to Italian Pop Art and New Realism” (Verona, edited by Luigi Meneghelli and Alessandro Mozzambani, from 6.8.1981). Nell’articolo si tratta di: Roberto Barni, Umberto Buscioni, Mario Ceroli, Tano Festa, Piero Gilardi, Domenico Gnoli, Jannis Kounellis, Sergio Lombardo, Renato Mambor, Aldo Mondino, Pino Pascali, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Mimmo Rotella, Gianni Ruffi, Mario Schifano, Cesare Tacchi];

25- Bestiario (Palazzo Mazzancolli / Terni), “Flash Art“, n. 105, October- November 1981, p. 56 [show (6.6.-26.7.1981) curated by Silvana Sinisi, con opere di Gianni Baretta, Luciano Bartolini, Marcello Camorani, Bruno Ceccobelli, Fabrizio Corneli, Omar Galliani, Marcello Jori, Alberto Moretti, Luigi Ontani, Renato Ranaldi, Marco Antonio Tanganelli];

26- Gattuso Lo Monte, Raffaele, Ragusa, Pyramid, Florence, December 1981 [exhibition catalog (The Pyramid Gallery, Florence, from 5.12.1981) Joseph Gattuso Lo Monte, Raffaele (Bueno), John Ragusa. Reposted on "La Città", 5.12.1981];

27- Three against all, “La Città”. Everyday di Firenze, 5.12.1981 [Reproduction of the text in the exhibition catalog Gattuso Lo Monte, Raffaele, Ragusa];

28- Shape without form, City of Modena (Department of Culture. Galleria Civica) – City of Pisa (Department of Culture. Palazzo Lanfranchi), Modena, 1982, pp. 140 [catalog of the exhibition of the same name (Modena 22.5.-11.7.1982; Pisa 24.7.- 19.9.1982), containing: Italian and English text (Formless Form), pp. 3-54; catalog of works (Reproduction in full page, Color, of 40 works presented), pp. 55-96; Appendix. The main developments that the new art course (exhibitions, publications), pp. 97-117; Indices, pp. 119-139. Works by Pierpaolo Calzolari, Carlo Cremaschi, Enzo Cucchi, Gianni Dessì, Giuseppe Gattuso Lo Monte, Silvia Guberti, Jannis Kounellis, Marcello Landi, Luigi Mainolfi, Giuseppe Maraniello, Mario Merz, Mimmo Paladino, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Raffaele (Raphael Bueno), John Ragusa, Renato Ranaldi, Gianni Ruffi, Filippo di Sambuy, Marco Tirelli, Wainer Vaccari. See press review];

29- Shape without form, “Bus”. Monthly cultural information of the Municipality of Modena, 4, May 1982, p. 16 [presentation of the exhibition];

30- Art. He was born an island between Prato and Pistoia, “La Città”. Everyday di Firenze,Friday 18.6.1982, p. 10 ["Inauguration of the largest collection of works by modern Italian and foreign collections Giuliano Gori in farm Cells and its vast park ». Start with “Spazi d’Arte ’82″ (Art Spaces), edited by Amnon Barzel of the prestigious collection of environmental art in Santomato (Pistoia); the first installations are Alice Aycock, Nicola De Maria, Luciano Fabro, Dani Karavan, Robert Morris, Dennis Oppenheim, Mimmo Paladino, Giuseppe Penone, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Anne and Patrick Poirier, Ulrich Rückriem, Gianni Ruffi, Richard Serra, Aldo Spoldi, Mauro Staccioli, George Trakas, Gilberto Zorio];

31- Data delle opere: giugno ’82 / «Art Spaces» on the hill, “Domus“, n. 633, November 1982, p. 71 [avvio della Collezione di Celle (Santomato, Pistoia), of Giuliano Gori; gli artisti sono riportati nella voce precedente];

32- Trasparenze, Maurizio Corraini, Mantova, 1983, pp. 47 [catalogo dell’omonima mostra (Galleria Corraini, Mantova, January-February 1983) con opere di Giordano Frabboni, Giuseppe Gattuso Lo Monte, John Ragusa];

33- Tre diverse forme di espressione, in Achille Bonito Oliva, Critica ad Arte. Panorama della Post-Critica, Giancarlo Politi Editore, Milan, 1983, pp. 31-35 [exhibition catalog (Palazzo Lanfranchi, Pisa, 5.2.-20.3.1983): presentazione di Michael Buthe, Carlo Cremaschi, Renato Ranaldi];

34- Nove artisti italiani / 1, “Sign“, n. 29, novembre 1982-febbraio 1983, pp. 51-52 [mostra curata a Villa Montalvo (Campi Bisenzio, Florence) da Vanni Bramanti, con opere di Carla Accardi, Roberto Barni, Renata Boero, Claudio Costa, Enzo Cucchi, Lucio Del Pezzo, Luigi Mainolfi, Mario Nigro, Renato Ranaldi];

35- Conseguenze impreviste, “Flash Art“, a. XVI, n. 112, March 1983, pp. 69-70 [shows Prato, articolata in tre sezioni, Art, Moda, Design, curate rispettivamente da Achille Bonito Oliva, Rossana Bossaglia, Alessandro Mendini. Nella sezione arte, entitled “Intrecci”, opere di Luca Alinari, Maurizio Cannavacciuolo, Patrizia Cantalupo, Sandro Chia e Enzo Cucchi (sculpture-fountain made jointly), Ernesto D’Argenio, Marco Del Re, Gianni Dessì, Stefano Donati, Giosetta Fioroni, Pietro Fortuna, Sabina Mirri, Andrea Nelli, Mimmo Paladino, Alessandro Perelli Canova, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Filippo di Sambuy, Anna Maria Santolini, Donatella Scalesse, Mario Schifano, Marco Tirelli, Giulio Turcato];

36- Shape without form, Journal of Analytical Psychology“, a. 14, n. 27, March 1983 (Connections), pp. 162-209 [reproduction of the introductory text of the exhibition catalog of the same title held in 1982 a Modena and to Pisa (also published as an abstract)];

37- Art fairs. From Cologne to Basel, “Sign“, n. 33, October to December 1983, p. 6;

38- But this system is?, “The Tirreno“, Thursday 26.1.1984, p. 12 [XVII Rassegna internazionale d’arte di Acireale (18.12.1983-31.1.1984), entitled “School of Athens”, curated by Achille Bonito Oliva, il quale presenta il sistema dell’arte (work, critics, public, marketplace, museum, collecting), by two critical (Massimo Carboni; Helena Kontova), two art (Emilio Mazzoli; Fabio Sargentini), Two Collectors (Attilio Codognato; Corrado Levi), two representatives of museums (Bruno Mantura, della Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna di Roma; Jean-Louis Maubant, the Nouveau Musée de Lyon), each of which has chosen an artist and that is, respectively: Gianni Dessì, Volker Tannert, Wainer Vaccari, Maurizio Crown, Silvio Merlino, Carol Rama, Rinaldo Novali, Ange Leccia];

39- Projects Archive, “Le Arti News”, a. III, n. 2-3, March / April to May / June 1984, p. 17 [International Conference “On the documentation of contemporary art” (Prato, 6-8 April 1984), by Enzo Bargiacchi, Egidio Mucci and Pierluigi Tazzi];

40- Creating “Art Spaces” in the Tuscan countryside, “Sheraton Italy Magazine”, Flight. 2, n. 2, June 1984, pp. 54-57 [avvio della Collezione di Celle (Santomato, Pistoia), of Giuliano Gori. Works of: Alice Aycock, Nicola De Maria, Luciano Fabro, Dani Karavan, Fausto Melotti, Robert Morris, Dennis Oppenheim, Mimmo Paladino, Giuseppe Penone, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Anne and Patrick Poirier, Ulrich Rückriem, Gianni Ruffi, Richard Serra, Aldo Spoldi, Mauro Staccioli, George Trakas, Gilberto Zorio. English text and Italian];

41- The charm of the paper, From Reggio Emilia Cavriago, “Le Arti News”, a. III, n. 4-5, settembre-ottobre/novembre-dicembre 1984, p. 83 [exhibition organized by Rosanna Chiessi (Editions Equal & Odd) and Gianmarco Chiavari (Gallery Borgobello, Parma), with works by Marisa Albanian, Luciano Bartolini, Omar Galliani, Marco Gastini, Maurizio Goldoni, Franco Guerzoni, Mario Manganiello, Mario Merz, Giordano Montorsi, Hidetoshi Nagasawa, Graziano Pompili, Annamaria Pugliese, and other. The event also included various events and performances, starting from “rite of the tearing” Mimmo Rotella];

42- The form: by appearances to the symbol, Melzo, Lombardy Region, 1988, pp. 60 [catalog of the exhibition held in Melzo (Palazzo Trivulzio, April to May 1988), with works by Enzo De Grandi, John The Sister in law, Pierre Poggi, Giorgio Rovelli].

In addition to the writings on the artists mentioned above, specific articles on Aurelio Amendola, Roberto Barni, Luciano Bartolini, Paul Blanchard, Frank Bovani, Red Flower, Alberto Burri, Umberto Buscioni, Michael Buthe, Thomas Cascella, Joseph Chiari, Enzo Cucchi, Mario Daniele, Enzo De Grandi, Giordano Frabboni, Joseph Gattuso Lo Monte, Andrea Crabs, Sol Lewitt, Ermanno Manco, Joseph Maraniello, Fernando Melani, Mario Merz, Mario Nigro, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Raffaele (Raphael Bueno), John Ragusa, Renato Rinaldi, Gianni Ruffi, Philip Sambuy, Wainer Vaccari.

3) Other writings (psychology, philosophy):

Aside from articles published on “The Minotaur” and “Journal of Analytical Psychology“, the above, is reported:

1- In Alexandria, a conference on Jung twenty years after his death, “La Città”. Everyday di Firenze, Saturday 31 October 1981, p. 11;

2- Art and depth psychology, in Paul Tranchina, Enrico Salvi, Maria Pia Teodori, Sandra Rogialli, Portolano of Psychology, Cooperative Documentation Centre, Pistoia, 1994, pp. 23-25:

3- Eastern thought and depth psychology, in Paul Tranchina, Enrico Salvi, Maria Pia Teodori, Sandra Rogialli, Portolano of Psychology, Cooperative Documentation Centre, Pistoia, 1994, pp. 345-348;

4- The man sewed up, “Yanez”. Thoughts and moving images, Milan, a.1, n.1, November 1998, pp. 31-37;

5- Art and AIDS?, in Intersections. Sculptures and meetings (A.I.D.S.P.I.S.T.O.I.A., Municipality, Province, CGIL of Pistoia, Pistoia, 2001, pp. 55: 17-36 [text of the conference held in Museo Marino Marini in Pistoia during an event, place from 1 to 6 December 2001, which included sculpture-installations by Andrea Dami and Mario Girolami].

B) Writings of E.G. Bargiacchi after 2001 and their reviews

1. The 'Report' of Ippolito Desideri between local history and international affairs, "Local History". Notebooks Pistoia of modern and contemporary culture, (a. I), n. 2, December 2003, pp. 4-103 (a p. 3, 'Editorial' presentation of the monograph; the inside back cover biography of the author).

- Reviews:

Caesar Sartori, Un Pistoiese, the first Tibetologist history. The search. The 'rediscovery' of Father Ippolito Desideri, “The Nation”, Tuesday 17.2.2004, p. IX / Agenda Pistoia.

Paul Gestri, Local history on sale, There is an essay on the journey to Tibet to Wish,The Tirreno”, Tuesday 16.3.2004, p. IV / Pistoia.

Paul Gestri, in “Adventures in the World”, a. XXXI, n. 2, July to December 2004, p. 112 [reproduction of the review already out on "The Tirreno”].

Stefano Caciolli, in “The Universe” (of the bi-monthly 'Military Geographical Institute Florence), a. LXXXV, n. 1, January-February 2005, pp. 133-136.

Francis Surdich, in “Bulletin of the Italian Geographic Society”, Series XII, flight. X. fasc. 1, January to March 2005, pp. 182-183.

Nicoletta Basilotta, in “Studies and materials of the history of religions”, a. 2005, n.s. XXIX (flight. 71Anniversary of the establishment), n. 1, pp. 213-214.

Giuliano Raffo, Ippolito Desideri, Jesuit missionary and explorer. It is an essay on the memories of the p. I. Wish, in “The Catholic Civilization”, a. 156, flight. IV, notebook 3730, 19.11.2005, pp. 366-371 [with recall on the cover: "Ippolito Desideri, missionary and explorer »].

Renzo Nelli, in “Bulletin Historical Pistoiese”, a. CVII, 2005 (Third series XL), pp. 191-194.

Mariangela Maraviglia, in “Clio”, a. XLI, n. 3, July to September 2005, pp. 537-539.

Oscar Nalesini, in “East and West”. Quarterly published by Italian Institute for Africa and the East, Year 55 (2005), n. 1-4, pp. 507-509 (in inglese).

Leonardo Rombai, in “Italian Geographic magazine”, a. CXIII, fasc. 1, March 2006, pp. 206-208.

- Notifications:

Travel Notes”, n. 72, May-June 2004, p. 38.

Paul Begheyn, Bibliography on the history of the Society of Jesus , “Historicum Archivum Societatis Iesu”, vol.. LXXV, fasc. 150, July-December 2006, p. 467.
- On the presentation of the volume to S.G.I.:

Bargiacchi. Honors for the Roman biographer Wish, “The Nation”, Sunday 28.11.2004, p. XI / Agenda Pistoia.


2. Ippolito Desideri, Marco Polo Tibet, “Mission Today” (monthly Xaverian Missionaries, Brescia), n. 8, October 2004, pp. 45-47 / Lessons of history [reprinted in Tibet. Travel book author, The Coffee Shop Literary, Rome, 2007, pp. 355-359].


3. Dialogue with Enzo Gualtiero Bargiacchi of p. Ippolito Desideri s.j. (Italian routes to Buddhism), by Tiziana Chiappelli, “Religion and Society” (Quarterly journal of religious studies), a. XX, n. 52, May to August 2005 ("The invisible and space"), pp. 99-104 / Speech / documents.

4. Ippolito Desideri's contribution to the geographical knowledge, “The Universe”, a. LXXXV, n. 6, November to December 2005, pp. 788-807. This article was also pulled in a specific extract.

- Review:

Renzo Nelli, in “Bulletin Historical Pistoiese”, a. CIX, 2007 (Third Series XLII), pp. 207-208 / Library ager pistoriensis.

5. Ippolito Desideri and the first confrontation between Christianity and Buddhism, “Travel Notes”. Notes spiritual quest (Rome), a. XV, nn. 82, 83, 84, month periods from January to February, March to April, May to June 2006, respectively pp.. 38-43, 44-49, 32-37 [text of the Conference held on Thursday 24.11.2005 at the Cultural Centre "Maritain" of Pistoia].


- Articles related to the conference 24.11.2005:
Mariangela Maraviglia, Ippolito Desideri and the first confrontation between Christianity and Buddhism, “Life”. Catholic newspaper Tuscan, a. 108, n. 41, Sunday 20.11.2005, p. 7 / Seven Pistoia.

Tibet 'discovered' three centuries ago by a Pistoia, “The Nation”, Tuesday 22.11.2005, p. IX / Agenda Pistoia [unsigned article, but Caesar Sartori]

Matilde Palandri, Ippolito Desideri missionary in Tibet, “Life”, a. 108, n. 43, Sunday 4.12.2005, p. 7 / Seven Pistoia.

6. Ippolito Desideri S.J. the discovery of Tibet and Buddhism, Editions Brigade Leoncino ("Literature, Arts Sciences. Studies and research ". Series directed by Antonio and Maria Frintino Valbonesi, 7), Pistoia, pp. X 126.


- Reviews:

Paul Gestri, The Secret Wish Scout last effort of Bargiacchi. A volume published by Lion Cub Brigade says the missionary of origin Pistoia, “The Tirreno”, Thursday 15.6.2006, p. IV / Pistoia.

Francis Surdich, in “Geostorie”. Bulletin and newsletter of the Italian center for historical and geographical studies (Rome), a. XIV, n. 1-2, January to August 2006, p. 112.

Renato Risaliti, in “Bulletin Historical Pistoiese”, a. CVIII, 2006 (Third Series XLI), pp. 206-208.

Fausto Angeletti, in “Adventures in the World”, a. XXXIV, n. 1, January to June 2007, pp. 123-124.

Stefano Caciolli, in “The Universe”, a. LXXXVII, n. 2, March to April 2007, pp. 299-300.

Thomas Gain S.I., in “The Catholic Civilization”, a. 158, flight. IV, notebook 3770, 21.7.2007, pp. 206-207.

Claudio Cerreti, in “Bulletin of the Italian Geographic Society”, Series XII, Volume XII, fasc. 3, July to September 2007, p. 795.

Leonardo Rombai, in “Italian Geographic magazine”, a. Cxiv, fasc. 4, December 2007, pp.666-667.

Mariangela Maraviglia, The adventure Tibetan Ippolito Desideri. A large Pistoian too long misunderstood, “Life”, a. 110, n. 45, Sunday 16.12.2007, p. 2 / Featured [with recall on the front page].

Rita COURIERS Becherucci, Ippolito Desideri, Pistoia, first European hiker in the Himalayas, "The Open Book". Quarterly newsletter of the Section of Pistoia in the Italian Alpine Club, a. XIX, n. 3, December 2007, p. 11.
- Notifications:

Lorenzo Maffucci, He brought a little Pistoia’ World, “The Nation“, Sunday 30.4.2006, p. IX / Agenda Pistoia.

The Pistoia who discovered the Tibet and Buddhism(Father Ippolito Desideri), “The Nation“, Thursday 4.5.2006, p. X / Agenda Pistoia: The book.

Desires and Tibet (The book Bargiacchi),The Nation“, Friday 5.5.2006, p. XIII / Agenda Pistoia: Sala Maggiore.
- On the presentation of the book to S.G.I.:

In Rome, the biography of Wish, The Nation“, Tuesday 13.2.2007, p. IX / Agenda Pistoia.

Stefano Caciolli, in “The Universe”, a. LXXXVII, n. 2, March to April 2007, pp. 299-300.


7. Reflections on a missionary Pistoia too long underestimated: Ippolito Desideri "explorers" to the discovery of Tibet and Buddhism, “Bulletin Historical Pistoiese”, a. CVIII, 2006 (Third Series XLI), pp.155-156 [text of the conference held at the Vieusseux of Florence (Palazzo Strozzi 18.1.2005), Revised and with added notes]. Also available in extract.

- Articles related to the conference 18.1.2005:

An essay by Bargiacchi Wish protagonist of the Vieusseux, “The Tirreno”, Wednesday 12.1.2005, p. VII / L'Agenda - Pistoia.

Enzo Bargiacchi presents its 'Wish' to Vieusseux, “The Nation”, Tuesday 18.1.2005, p. IX / Agenda Pistoia.

Vieusseux. Three centuries Want to travel from Maraini, “The Newspaper of Tuscany ", 18.1.2005.

8. In the footsteps of Ippolito Desideri. First comparison and West Tibet, “Dharma”. Quarterly for the practice of Buddhism and dialogue, a. WE, n. 25, April 2007, pp. 76-85.

9. Ippolito Desideri S.I. Works and Bibliography, Conventional historical S.I. ("Help for the history of the S. I.”, 15), Rome, 2007, pp. VIII + 304.

- Reviews:

Caesar Sartori, Exits the annotated bibliography on Want. A work of years of Gualtiero Bargiacchi (Studies. Published by the Society of Jesus), “The Nation”, Friday 11.5.2007, p. X (Agenda Pistoia).

Francis Surdich, in “Geostorie”, a. XV, n. 1, January to April 2007, p. 91.

Herbert Lo Bue, in “The Tibet Journal”, Flight. XXXII, n. 1, Spring 2007, pp. 98-99.

Leonardo Rombai, in “Italian Geographic magazine”, a. Cxiv, fasc. 4, December 2007, pp. 666-667.

Giorgio Petracchi, in "Local History", n. 10, December 2007, pp. 108-111.

Robert Danieluk, in “East and West“, Year 57 (2007), n. 1-4, pp. 422-424.

Riccardo Eleuteria, in “Bulletin of the Italian Geographic Society“, Series XIII, Volume I (a. CXLI, flight. CXLV), fasc. 2, April to June 2008, p. 541.

Renzo Nelli, in “Italian Historical Archive“, a. CLXVI, n. 617, Disp. 3, July to September 2008, pp. 607-608.

Francis Tiso, in “Buddhist-Christian Studies“, Flight. 28, 2008, pp. 166-168.

File Teolandico Grenadian“. Magazine and disseminator of research Postridentinos Studies Center. From 1939 volume is published annually (Faculty of Theology of Granada), flight. 71, 2008, p. 248.

Trent Pomplun, in “Journal of the American Academy of Religion“, flight. 77, n.1, March 2009, pp. 154-156.


- Notifications:

Arnaldo Nesti, Publishing, “Religion and Society”, a. XXI, n. 56, September to December 2006 (Forms and faces of contemporary Buddhism), pp. 3-6.

With Walter Bargiacchi in the footsteps of his father Hippolytus, “Il Tremisse Pistoiese”, a. XXXII, n. 1-2 (92-93), January to August 2007, p. 62.

Historicum Archivum Societatis Iesu”, a. LXXII, fasc. 153, January-June 2008, p. 220.

Paul Begheyn, Bibliography on the history of the Society of Jesus (2008), “Historicum Archivum Societatis Iesu”, a. LXXII, fasc. 154, July-December 2008, p. 428.

- On the presentation of the book IsIAO:
Want Bargiacchi port in the U.S., “The Nation“, Wednesday 25.6.2008, p. IX / Agenda Pistoia.

10. Wish. Research, publications and initiatives promoted by Enzo Gualtiero Bargiacchi, Region of Tuscany. Regional Council, Florence, May 2007, pp. 43 (Presentation by Mr. Riccardo Nencini, President Regional Council of Tuscany).

11. Ippolito Desideri’s first comments about Ladakh (abstract), in International Association for Ladakh Studies. 13th International Colloquium. 7-11th September 2007, Abstracts, Faculty of Oriental Studies. University of Rome "La Sapienza", 2007, pp. 2-3.

- Report:

Call of prestige for Bargiacchi, “The Nation”, Tuesday 4.9.2007, p. VII / Agenda Pistoia.

12. Wish Project. Research, Publications, various initiatives. 1997-2008, Editions Municipality of Pistoia, Pistoia, 2008, pp. 36 (presentation of Rosanna Moroni, Department of Culture of the Municipality of Pistoia).

- Review:

Alberto Cipriani, in “Il Tremisse Pistoiese”, a. XXXIII, n. 1-2 (95-96), January to August 2008, p. 60.
- Notifications:

Lorenzo Maffucci, The world of Bargiacchi and 'Wish Project, “The Nation”, Sunday 2.3.2008, p. XII / Agenda Pistoia: The meeting.

Want pioneer of religious dialogue, The Tirreno“, Sunday 2.3.2008, p. VII / Pistoia. L'Agenda: At St. George.

At the “SanGiorgio” Would the project, The Nation”, martedì.4.3.2008, p. IX / Agenda Pistoia: daytime & night.

SanGiorgio, Would you talk about, “The Tirreno“, Tuesday 4.3.2008, p. VII / Pistoia. L'Agenda.

Leonardo Soldiers, The project Wish, Life, Sunday 4.5.2008, p. 11 /Communities and local areas. Terrace overlooking the city.

13. Paul Gestri, Enzo Bargiacchi. The scholar in love with you like. For decades, is in charge of Eastern thought, “The Tirreno“, 12.4.2008, p. In / Pistoia. Characters.

14. A Bridge Across Two Cultures. Ippolito Desideri S.J. (1684 – 1733). A Brief Biography. Contribution to the XVth Congress of the International Association of Buddhist Studies (Atlanta, June 2008), Military Geographical Institute, Florence, 2008, pp. 64 (Printed in May 2008).

- Notifications:

Leonardo Soldiers, Ippolito Desideri in the U.S., “Life, Sunday 27.7.2008, p. 11 (Terrace overlooking the city).

Important recognition in the U.S. for Desideri and his scholar Pistoia, The Nation”, venerdì.22.8.2008, p. IX / Agenda Pistoia.

Adventures in the World, a. XXXV, n. 2, July to December 2008, p. 107.

Bulletin of the Italian Geographic Society“, Series XIII, Volume I (a. CXLI, flight. CXLV), fasc. 4, October-December 2008, p. 1021.

Historicum Archivum Societatis Iesu”, a. LXXII, fasc. 154, July-December 2008, p. 558.

15. Ippolito Desideri to the origins of travel literature, “Geostorie“. Bulletin and newsletter of the Italian center for historical and geographical studies. Regular quarterly, a. 16, n. 2, May to August 2008, pp. 171-187 [text of the conference held at the Municipal Library Forteguerri of Pistoia (during the festival ‘Letteraria’ 2005), Revised and with added notes].

16. The experience Tibetan Father Ippolito Desideri, in Nicholas Gasbarro (and.), The cultures of the missionaries, Bulzoni Publisher, Rome, 2009, pp. 101-124 [It is one of the two volumes, finished print in January 2009, that «Collect historical-comparative research and reflections, originally presented in the International Conference “Lingue e culture dei missionari” organized in Udine (26-28 January 2006) from International Centre on Multilingualism and by Department of Lingue e Letterature Germaniche e Romanze, with the collaboration of Department of Philosophy and Centro di Cultura Canada dell’University of Udine». L’altro volume, always edited by N. Gasbarro, has the title The languages ​​of the missionaries, pp. 320].

17. In Central Asia after De Filippi: Giuseppe Tucci, in Laura Cassi (and.), The “Abode of Snow” and papers found. Filippo De Filippi and Italian scientific expeditions in Central Asia (1909 and 1913-14). Proceedings of the Conference – Florence 13-14 March 2008, Society for Geographical Studies (“Geographical Memoirs” – Published as a supplement to "Italian Geographic magazine” – New set # 8, year 2009), Florence, 2009, pp. 159-180.

18. [with Leonardo Rombai], Filippo De Filippi, in Laura Cassi (and.), The “Abode of Snow” and papers found. Filippo De Filippi and Italian scientific expeditions in Central Asia (1909 and 1913-14). Proceedings of the Conference – Florence 13-14 March 2008, Society for Geographical Studies (“Geographical Memoirs” – Published as a supplement to "Italian Geographic magazine” – New set # 8, year 2009), Florence, 2009, pp. 235-252.

19. Ippolito Desideri’s first remarks on Ladakh, offprint from John Bray, Elena De Rossi Filibeck (eds.), Mountains, Monasteries and Mosques. Recent researches on Ladakh and Western Himalaya [Proceedings of the 13th Colloquium of the International Association for Ladakh Studies. Rome 7-11 September 2007 (Supplemento n. 2 to "Journal of Oriental Studies", New series, Flight. LXXX), Wisdom, University of Rome. Department of Oriental Studies / Fabrizio Serra publisher, Pisa / Rome, 2009 (finished print June 2009), pp. 285, cm. 24,1x17x2,5 *], pp. 27-43.

- Notifications:

Alex McKay, “The Tibet Journal”, Flight. XXXV, n. 4, Winter 2010, pp. 97-99: 97.

20. Desideri’s Understanding of Emptiness, “Buddhist-Christian Studies”, Flight. 29, 2009, pp. 101-116.


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