1965 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Turin, Galleria Notizie, 1965.

Four-fold brochure 15 x 42 cm open, 15 x 10.5 cm featuring a concertina fold, b/w illustrations, inserted in invitation card. Text by C. Lonzi (republished in Id., Scritti sull’arte [Milan: et al./Edizioni, 2012], pp. 414-415), biographical note, list of works exhibited.

1966 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Galleria dell’Ariete, 1966.

22 x 15 cm, 8 pp. loose, n. pag.; loose plate 22 x 15 cm b/w with sepia toning. Number 119 in the series of catalogues published by the gallery. Biographical note, text by C. Lonzi (republished in Id., Scritti sull’arte [Milan: et al./Edizioni, 2012], pp. 451-452), list of works exhibited. Inside, full-page plate featuring two portraits of the artist in his studio by A. Piva: on the recto seen from the front, on the verso seen from behind.

1967 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Venice, Galleria del Leone, 1967.

Three-fold brochure 16.5 x 49.5 cm open, 16.5 x 16.5 cm roll folded, b/w illustration. Portrait of the artist taken by A. Piva, text by G. Celant, and biographical note. Inside, list of works exhibited on loose sheet of tracing paper and invitation-poster folded in four.

1968 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Turin, Galleria Notizie, 1968.

Sheet 40 x 30 cm folded in four, 4 pp., b/w illustrations. Reproductions of several exhibited works, text by the artist, biographical note, list of works exhibited.

1969 Giulio Paolini. 2121969, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Galleria De Nieubourg, 1969.

Three-fold brochure 16.5 x 39.5 cm open, 16.5 x 13.5 cm roll folded, with b/w reproduction of 2121969, 1969 and biographical note. Inside ten loose plates with notes by the artist overlapping the full-page reproductions of the works exhibited.

1970 Giulio Paolini. Vedo, exhibition catalogue, Rome, QUI arte contemporanea, Centro d’Arte Editalia, 1970.

Two-fold brochure, no illustrations. Number 13 in the series of catalogues published by the gallery. Artist’s notes on the exhibition and on the works exhibited, text by M. Volpi Orlandini.

1970 Giulio Paolini. Vedo, exhibition catalogue, Turin, Galleria Notizie, 1970.

Sheet 40 x 60 cm folded in eight, horizontal layout on the recto, vertical layout on the verso, b/w illustrations. Reproduction of six snapshots taken by A. Piva showing the artist as he makes Vedo (la decifrazione del mio campo visivo) in his studio in July 1969, and of four works on display, text by M. Volpi Orlandini, artist’s notes on the exhibition and on the works exhibited.

1971 Un quadro, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Galleria dell’Ariete, 1971.

21.5 x 15.5 cm, 24 pp. loose, n. pag., no illustrations. Number 162 in the series of catalogues published by the gallery. Text by the artist divided into ten lines arranged at the centre of ten odd pages; nine of the pages also bear the name of the imaginary author and title written on the verso of nine editions of the work Un quadro, 1970.

1972 G. Celant, Giulio Paolini (New York: Sonnabend Press, 1972).

24.5 x 17.5 cm, 128 pp., b/w illustrations, in Italian and English. Volume published on the occasion of the solo exhibition at the Sonnabend Gallery, New York, November - December 1972. Dust jacket by the artist with a photograph taken by A. Piva, in which he is seen holding up in front of his face an open book with a white cover featuring the name of the author, the title, and the publisher. Text by the author, with numerous artist’s statements added, anthology of works 1960-72, bio-bibliographical appendices.
Republication in its entirety of the author’s essay in Giulio Paolini 1960-1972, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Fondazione Prada, 2003. Reprint with a new dust jacket designed by the artist (Cinisello Balsamo: Silvana Editoriale, 2019).

1973 Paolini: opere 1961/73, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Studio Marconi, 1973.

27.5 x 20.5 cm, 16 pp. perforated and n. pag. held with white plastic binding bar, b/w illustrations, in Italian and English. Cover with full-page b/w reproduction of a detail from Embarquement pour Cythère by Jean-Antoine Watteau (1718, Schloss Charlottenburg, Berlin). Interview with the artist by A. Bonito Oliva (1971), artist’s note on Apoteosi di Omero, 1970-71, exhibition history.

1974 Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Bolzano, Galleria Il Sole, 1974.

23 x 16.5 cm, staple binding, 8 pp. n. pag., b/w illustrations, in Italian and German. Number 62 in the series of catalogues published by the gallery. Artist’s note on the cycle Idem, reproductions of Idem IV (regesto delle opere come motivo a figure geometriche sparse), 1974, exhibition history.

1976 Giulio Paolini (Parma: Università di Parma, Centro Studi e Archivio della Comunicazione, 1976).

22.6 x 22.9 cm, 174 pp., b/w illustrations. Number 30 in the series Quaderni published by the Centro Studi e Archivio della Comunicazione CSAC. Monograph published on the occasion of the solo exhibition at the Palazzo della Pilotta, Parma, March - April 1976. Texts by M. Fagiolo and A.C. Quintavalle, critical anthology 1966-75 (including texts by C. Lonzi [1966], P. Fossati [1967], G. de Marchis [1968], N. Ponente [1970], M. Bandini [1972], T. Trini [1973], C. Huber [1974], M. Calvesi [1973], M. Volpi Orlandini [1973], C. Terenzi [1973], H. Martin [1974], F. Menna [1974], R. Barilli [1975], G.B. Salerno [1975], and interview by A. Bonito Oliva [1971]), anthology of works 1960-76, bio-bibliography.

1977 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Mönchengladbach, Städtisches Museum Mönchengladbach, 1977.

Card-stock box 20.5 x 16 x 2 cm. On the lid text by J. Cladders, in German; inside the lid, specular reproduction in negative of the recto of the first plate; on the bottom of the box, specular reproduction in negative of the verso of the last plate. Inside, sixteen loose b/w plates of variable size with reproductions of the works exhibited in chronological order. On the verso, each plate features the signature, title, and date in the artist’s handwriting.
Box catalogue in conformity with the series published by the museum, contents conceived by the artist.

1977 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Mannheim, Mannheimer Kunstverein (Cologne: Verlag Gerd de Vries, 1977).

26 x 21 cm, 66 pp., b/w illustrations, in German. Cover design by the artist with full-page b/w reproduction of Proteo (III), 1971, extending over front and back covers, and dust jacket made of tracing paper with drawing ‘conversing’ with the work illustrated. Preface by E. Jahn-Fehsenbecker, anthology of works 1960-76 with commentary by P. Maenz, extracts from writings by the artist and from texts by G. Celant, J. Cladders, C. Lonzi, and T. Trini, bio-bibliography.

1978 Giulio Paolini. Idem (VII) regesto delle opere come modello di sei immagini teoriche, exhibition catalogue, Bologna, Galleria Mario Diacono, 1978.

Three-fold brochure 23 x 49.7 cm open, 23 x 16.5 cm roll folded. Artist’s note on the cycle Idem, preceding the text by M. Diacono.

1978 Giulio Paolini. Del bello intelligibile, exhibition catalogue, Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1978.

29 x 21 cm, staple binding, 33 pp., b/w and gold illustrations, in Italian and French. Introduction by S. Pagé, text by the artist on the first three parts of the cycle Del bello intelligibile, 1978 documented by three details and six studies, bio-bibliography.

1979 Giulio Paolini. Atto unico in tre quadri, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Studio Marconi (Milan: Gabriele Mazzotta editore, 1979).

Hardcover version 21.5 x 15.5 cm, paperback version 21 x 15 cm, 128 pp., b/w illustrations. Number 5 in the series of monographs published by the gallery. Cover design by the artist with reproduction of the main figure in De Pictura, 1979 wearing a toga consisting of details of colour images from paintings by Titian and Veronese. Texts by C. Bertelli and G. Vattimo; sections Parnaso, De Pictura, and Liber Veritatis corresponding to the three large-scale works with the same title exhibited and herein illustrated; each section presents nine preliminary studies that cite the same number of works by the artist, in turn documented on pages with a black background; appendix with texts by E. Gombrich, L.B. Alberti, and D. Cecchi, bio-bibliographical appendices.

1980 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, 1980.

27.5 x 21 cm, 68 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Dutch and English. Co-producecd with The Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, the following stop on the travelling exhibition. Texts by H. Szeemann and D. Elliott, anthology of works 1960-80 with artist’s notes and comments by P. Frey, illustrated list of works exhibited with artist’s notes, bio-bibliographical appendices.

1980 Giulio Paolini. Premio Bolaffi 1980 (Turin: Giulio Bolaffi Editore, 1980).

28.5 x 21.5 cm, 32 pp., b/w illustrations. Volume published on the occasion of the Premio Bolaffi 1980 (Bolaffi Prize) awarded to the artist. Text by F. Menna (1978), anthology of works 1960-79, bio-bibliography.

1981 Giulio Paolini. Hortus Clausus, exhibition catalogue, Lucerne, Kunstmuseum Luzern, 1981.

21 x 29.7 cm, 40 pp. n. pag., b/w illustrations, in German, Italian, and English. Cover design by the artist with reproduction of the main figure in Hortus clausus, 1981, associated with the title of the work itself. Artist’s note on the work exhibited, reproduction of eleven Studi per “Hortus clausus”, 1981, accompanied by fictitious titles, text by M. Kunz.

1981 Giulio Paolini. Werke und Schriften 1960-1980 (Lucerne: Kunstmuseum Luzern, 1981).

21 x 29.7 cm, 64 pp., b/w illustrations. Volume published on the occasion of the solo exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Luzern, Lucerne, 29 March - 3 May 1981, as a complement to the exhibition catalogue. Text by M. Wechsler (in German, Italian, and English), anthology of works, writings, and interviews 1963-80 (in Italian and German), bio-bibliography.

1981 Giulio Paolini. Lo sguardo della Medusa, exhibition catalogue, Rome, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna (Rome: De Luca Editore, 1981).

24 x 21.5 cm, staple binding, 16 pp. n. pag., b/w illustrations. Number 2 in the series Quaderni didattici published by the museum. Foreword by G. de Marchis, introduction and biography by I. Panicelli, artist’s note on the work exhibited, exhibition views by the Gabinetto Fotografico della Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna.

1982 Giulio Paolini. La caduta di Icaro, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea, 1982.

19 x 21 cm, staple binding, 10 pp. n. pag., b/w and col. illustrations. Artist’s note on the work exhibited, photographs of a preliminary installation of the work in the artist’s studio taken by P. Mussat Sartor, portraits of George Brummell and Raymond Roussel, full-page reproduction of ten Studi per “La caduta di Icaro”, 1981, note by Z. Birolli on the exhibition project.

1982 Giulio Paolini. Le “opere a venire”, proceedings of the encounter with the artist on 28 April 1981 at the Accademia di Belle Arti “Pietro Vannucci”, Perugia (Perugia: Accademia di Belle Arti “Pietro Vannucci”, 1982).

24 x 15.3 cm, 48 pp., no illustrations. Conversation between the artist, B. Corà, and the audience.

1982 Giulio Paolini. Del bello intelligibile, exhibition catalogue, Bielefeld, Kunsthalle Bielefeld, 1982.

21 x 30 cm, 126 pp., b/w and gold illustrations, in German and in Italian. Co-produced with Von Der Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal, and Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, the following stops on the travelling exhibition. Cover design by the artist with full-page reproduction of Studio per “Del bello intelligibile. Parte quinta: ‘Museuminsel’”, 1982, on a golden background. Foreword by U. Weisner, G. Aust, L. Schauer, and W. Schmied, texts by E. Franz and W.M. Faust, anthology of works 1961-81, text by the artist on the five parts of the cycle Del bello intelligibile, reproduced in their entirety along with twelve Studi per “Del bello intelligibile”, 1978-82, texts by C. Bertelli (1979), S. Pagé (1978), G. Celant (1981), note by E. Franz on the exhibition design in Bielefeld, bio-bibliographical appendices.

1982 R. Denizot, G. Paolini, De bouche à oreille / Hearsay (Paris: Yvon Lambert, 1982).

21 x 15 cm, 160 pp., b/w illustrations, in French and English. Text by R. Denizot, sequence of plates conceived by the artist, consisting of an insert of the image of an ancient sculpture in the foreground against the backdrop of the ruins of the Library of Pergamum.

1984 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Villeurbanne, Le Nouveau Musée, 1984.

Two-volume box set 27.5 x 23 x 2 cm designed by the artist with reproduction of Mimesi, 1975, on the front side reproduction of one of the two casts in negative, on the back side a specular reproduction of the same cast in positive; when inside the box, the two volumes show the artist’s signature on the spines. Enclosure with French translation.
Vol. 1 Figures / Intentions: 96 pp., b/w illustrations; preface by J.L. Louis Maubant, bio-bibliographical appendices, artist’s note on the catalogue, anthology of writings and interviews 1963-83 (the “intentions” evoked in the title of the book) overlapping illustrated pages (the “figures” mentioned in the title), list of the sources of the texts and the images reproduced. Vol. 2 Images / Index: 160 pp., b/w illustrations; the nine chapters, corresponding to the nine sections of the exhibition (the “index” mentioned in the title), include an anthology of works and notes by the artist 1960-83 (the “images” mentioned in the title) and a list of the sources of the texts and images reproduced.

1984 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Studio Marconi, 1984.

29.5 x 20 cm, staple binding, 20 pp. n. pag., b/w and col. illustrations. Cover design by the artist with colour reproduction of a detail from the exhibition poster. Text by F. Poli, exhibition history. The pages of the text are interspersed with duodecimo on coated paper, including a selection of works and notes by the artist 1980-83, alternated with full-page colour plates of five other details from the exhibition poster.

1984 Giulio Paolini. La Casa di Lucrezio, exhibition catalogue, XXVII Festival dei Due Mondi, Spoleto, Palazzo Rosari Spada (Casalecchio di Reno: Grafis Edizioni, 1984).

24 x 21.5 cm, 76 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Texts by B. Mantura, A. Mammì, and I. Panicelli, list of works exhibited, text by the artist on Casa di Lucrezio, 1981-84, anthology of works referred to the works exhibited, critical anthology 1966-84 edited by A. Imponente (including extracts from texts by C. Lonzi [1966], G. Celant [1972], M. Volpi Orlandini [1973], T. Trini [1973], M. Calvesi [1973, review], I. Calvino [1975], F. Menna [1975, review], G.B. Salerno [1975], R. Barilli [1975, review], G. Briganti [1976, review], M. Fagiolo [1976], A.C. Quintavalle [1976], G. Vattimo [1979], F. Poli [1984], F. D’Amico [1984, review]), and chronology of the sets created for the theatre by A. Mammì.

1985 Paolini. Melanconia ermetica, exhibition catalogue, Paris, Galerie Maeght Lelong, 1985.

31.5 x 22 cm, 32 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in French. Number 21 in the series Repères. Cahiers d’art contemporain published by the gallery. Cover design by the artist with colour reproduction of the print titled 14.9.84, 1984, in which the “4” in “84” is replaced by a “5”, in order to update the year of the exhibition. Texts by J.L. Maubant and D. Soutif, exhibition history, list of works exhibited.

1985 Giulio Paolini. “Tutto qui”, exhibition catalogue, Ravenna, Pinacoteca Comunale, Loggetta Lombardesca (Ravenna: Agenzia Editoriale Essegi, 1985).

23 x 16.5 cm, 224 pp., b/w illustrations. Twelfth release in the series Artisti contemporanei published by Agenzia Editoriale Essegi, Ravenna. Part one Il percorso with texts by B. Corà and S. Vertone, anthology of works and writings by the artist 1961-85; part two Materiali with anthology of writings and interviews 1963-84; part three Bibliografia with critical itinerary curated by M. Bandini and critical anthology 1965-84 (including extracts from texts by C. Lonzi [1965, 1966], G. Celant [1967, 1972], M. Volpi Orlandini [1970], T. Trini [1973], M. Calvesi [1973, review], R. Barilli [1974], I. Calvino [1975], F. Menna [1975, review], M. Fagiolo [1976], A.C. Quintavalle [1976], G. Briganti [1976, review], M. Diacono [1978], G. Vattimo [1979], H. Szeemann [1980], M. Kunz [1981], M. Wechsler [1981], B. Corà [1983, poetic composition], B. Mantura [1984], F. Poli [1984], G.C. Argan [1984, review]), bio-bibliographical appendices.

1986 L. Busine, Les Doublures de Giulio Paolini (Brussels: Édition Lebeer-Hossmann, 1986).

27 x 23.8 cm, 76 pp., b/w illustrations, in French. Volume published on the occasion of the solo exhibition at the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Charleroi, February - March 1986. Text by the author on the work La Doublure, 1972-73.

1986 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Stuttgart, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, 1986.

Four-volume box set, black cardboard version 24 x 24 x 4 cm, white cardboard version 23 x 23 x 3 cm. Each volume corresponds to a section of the exhibition and is distinguished by its colour and the image reproduced on the dust jacket: on the front side a view of the space without the works, on the back side a view of the same space with the works installed; in German.
Vol. 1 Lo Studio / Das Atelier: 60 pp., b/w and col. illustrations; foreword and text by G. Inboden, anthology of works and notes by the artist 1960-85. Vol. 2 Il Museo / Das Museum: 56 pp., b/w and col. illustrations; text by M. Scholz-Hänsel, anthology of works 1967-86, anthology of writings and interviews 1973-85. Vol. 3 Il Luogo / Der Ort: 56 pp., b/w and col.  illustrations; text by M. Bandini, anthology of works 1963-86, bio-bibliographical appendices. Vol. 4 La Visione / Die Vision: 56 pp., b/w and col. illustrations; text by J. Meinhardt, anthology of works and notes by the artist 1969-86, list of works exhibited.

1987 Autour d’une œuvre de Giulio Paolini. Carambola ou la Chose en soi, exhibition catalogue, Middelburg, De Vleeshal, 1987.

25 x 23 cm, 40 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in French and Dutch. Text by D. Zacharopoulos, exhibition views by W. Riemens, reproduction of eight Studi per Abat-jour (Giochi proibiti), 1986, text by the artist, afterword by A. van Gemert.

1987 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, New York, Marian Goodman Gallery, 1987.

25.5 x 21.5 cm, 20 pp. n. pag., b/w illustrations, in English. Grey dust jacket with title in white lettering, white cover with title in grey lettering. Text by C. Owens, illustrated list of works exhibited.

1987 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Nantes, Musée des Beaux-Arts, 1987.

27 x 21 cm, 80 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in French. Introduction by H.C. Cousseau, artist’s note on the exhibition and writings from 1986, texts by A. Bonfand, C. Strasser, P. Boutibonnes, and H.C. Cousseau, site plan of the exhibition and list of works exhibited, bio-bibliographical appendices; exhibition views by B. Voisin and P. Jean separating the texts.

1987 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Nagoya, Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1987.

29.7 x 21 cm, 62 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Japanese. Cover design by the artist with reproduction of Mimesi, 1975-76, extending from the back cover to the front cover including the spine. Foreword by K. Takagi, artist’s note (in Italian), texts by J.L. Maubant (in French), and F. Nanjo (in English), extract from a text about the artist by H. Szeemann (1980, in English), anthology of works 1960-86, text by the artist on Japanese art (1983, in Italian), list of works exhibited, bio-bibliographical appendices.

1988 Giulio Paolini. Giorno e notte, exhibition catalogue, Cologne, Kölnischer Kunstverein, 1988.

21 x 21 cm, staple binding, 21 pp. n. pag., b/w and col. illustrations, in German. Cover design by the artist with title in a circle gradually fading from grey to black. Text by W.M. Faust, exhibition views by B. Schaub.

1988 Giulio Paolini. Signore e Signori... Un’opera di Giulio Paolini al Museo di Capodimonte, exhibition catalogue, Naples, Museo di Capodimonte (Naples: Electa, 1988).

28 x 25 cm, 30 pp., b/w illustrations. Introduction by G. Lonardi Buontempo, texts by B. Corà and by the artist, reproduction of nine Studi per "Signore e Signori…", 1988. Inside, loose colour plate 27.2 x 49.5 cm open, 27.2 x 27.2 cm folded, with full-page reproduction of two details from Signore e Signori..., 1988.

1988 G. Celant, Giulio Paolini. Tra Telaio e Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Florence, Spazio Pitti Uomo (Turin: Gruppo GFT, 1988).

19 x 24 cm, 22 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Text by G. Celant, writings by the artist 1985-88, artist’s note on Mnemosine (Les Charmes de la Vie/9), 1981-88, and reproductions related to the theme of this work. At the back of the volume concertina foldout with eight panels featuring a colour reproduction of Studio per “Mnemosine (Les Charmes de la Vie/9)”, 1988.

1988 Giulio Paolini. Opere su carta, exhibition catalogue, Turin, Galleria In Arco, 1988.

24 x 17 cm, 48 pp. n. pag., of which two featuring double format and folded, b/w and col. illustrations. Extract from a text by the artist, illustrated list of works exhibited.

1988 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Rome, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna (Rome - Milan: Arnoldo Mondadori Editore and De Luca Edizioni d’Arte, 1988).

27 x 23 cm, 126 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Texts by A. Monferrini, G. Vattimo, and S. Vertone, text by the artist on the exhibition and other writings 1987-88, Catalogo section divided into seven chapters corresponding to the seven works displayed on the wall surrounding the exhibition, with an illustrated list of the works exhibited and artist’s notes; critical itinerary curated by M.G. Tolomeo Speranza, critical anthology 1965-87 (including texts by C. Lonzi [1965, 1966], extracts from texts by G. Celant [1967, 1972], M. Volpi Orlandini [1970], M. Calvesi [1973, review], I. Calvino [1975], A.C. Quintavalle [1976], G. Vattimo [1979], B. Mantura [1984], A. Mammì and I. Panicelli [1984], A. Imponente [1984], B. Corà [1985], S. Vertone [1985], C. Owens [1987], H.C. Cousseau [1987], P. Boutibonnes [1987]), bio-bibliographical appendices. Folded insert at the back of the volume with site plan of the exhibition.

1989 Impressions graphiques. Progetti e collaborazioni editoriali di Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Turin, Salone del Libro (Turin: Marco Noire Editore, 1989).

30.3 x 20 cm, 68 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Cover design by the artist with mise en abyme of the cover of the French magazine L’Imprimeur. Procédés de gravure et d’impression (Paris, December, 1936), reproduced in colour. Foreword by the publisher, artist’s note, catalogue of the artist’s graphic work in publishing 1963-89, selected bibliography.
Subsequent loose enclosure with updates 1989-95 (8 pp.) published by the same publisher in 1995.

1990 F. Poli, Giulio Paolini (Turin: Lindau, 1990).

28.8 x 21 cm, 180 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Enclosure with English translation. Cover design by the artist showing nine planets orbiting on the reproduction of one of his drawn portraits, overlapping a stack of blank sheets, with a drawing pin in the area corresponding to his left eye. Text by the author, anthology of works 1960-90, extracts from three writings by the artist, bio-bibliographical appendices.

1990 Rialto. Descrizione di un’opera di Giulio Paolini esposta allo Studio d’Arte Barnabò Venezia Maggio 1990, exhibition catalogue, Venice, Studio Barnabò, 1990.

27.7 x 21 cm, 40 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Artist’s note on Rialto, 1990, reproduction of eight Studi per “Rialto”, 1990, and of two exhibition views by P. Mussat Sartor, bio-bibliography.

1990 Giulio Paolini. Hotel de l’Univers, exhibition catalogue, Bologna, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Villa delle Rose (Bologna: Nuova Alfa Editoriale, 1990).

28 x 21.5 cm, 112 pp., b/w illustrations. Introduction by P.G. Castagnoli, text, by F. D’Amico, text by the artist on the exhibition, list of works exhibited, exhibition views by P. Mussat Sartor divided into eight numbered sections, corresponding to the eight rooms in the exhibition, bio-bibliography.

1990 Giulio Paolini. “Una collezione ’60/’80” (Milan: Studio Marconi, 1990).

21 x 15.2 cm, 182 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Interview with the artist by A. Bonito Oliva (1971-73), text by the artist on the work Apoteosi di Omero, 1971, texts by T. Trini (1976), F. Menna (1978), and C. Bertelli (1979), anthology of the artist’s works included in Giorgio Marconi’s collection, exhibition history.

1991 Giulio Paolini. Anteprima 1, exhibition catalogue, Rivoli, Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea (Milan: Fabbri Editori, 1991).

18.5 x 18.5 cm, 24 pp. b/w illustrations. Text by Giorgio Verzotti, exhibition views by P. Pellion, bio-bibliography.

1991 Giulio Paolini. Il “Teatro” dell’opera, exhibition catalogue, Pesaro, Galleria Franca Mancini (Ravenna: Agenzia Editoriale Essegi, 1991).

24 x 17 cm, 112 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Introduction by F. Mancini, text by F. Poli, writings by the artist on theatre, Teatro delle immagini section with works on theatrical themes and artist’s notes 1963-90; Le immagini a teatro section with anthology of theatrical performances and artist’s notes 1969-89; Cronologia section with chronology of the sets created for the theatre by A. Mammì; Opere esposte section with list of works exhibited.

1992 Giulio Paolini. Œuvres de 1963 à 1978, exhibition catalogue, Paris, Galerie Di Meo, 1992.

29.5 x 21 cm, 68 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in French, Italian, and English. Text by F. Poli, poem by Y. Peyré, illustrated list of works exhibited, biography by F. Poli, exhibition history.

1992 Impressions graphiques. L’opera grafica 1967-1992 di Giulio Paolini (Turin: Marco Noire Editore, 1992).

30.7 x 20 cm, 121 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Cover by the artist with a double specular reproduction of the drawing of a male figure intent on using a magnifying lens to observe; a circular cut-out at the centre reveals a detail of the constellation of the Painter, as if it were viewed through the optical instrument. Texts by the artist and M. Bertoni, collection of quotes from German authors edited by G. de Vries, catalogue of prints 1967-92 with notes by the artist.
Subsequent loose enclosures with updates 1992-95 (16 pp.) and 1996-2005 (24 pp.) published by the same publisher in 1995 and in 2005, respectively. 

1994 G. Paolini, Locus Solus, exhibition catalogue, Genoa, Galleria Locus Solus, 1994.

24 x 24 cm, 80 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Complementary volume to the collection of writings by the artist published by Galleria Locus Solus in 1993. Cover design by the artist featuring a black square with the name of the gallery in white overlapping at an oblique angle a dark grey square of the same size. Illustrated list of works exhibited divided into eight sections, corresponding to the eight stages of the one-year exhibition project.

1994 Giulio Paolini. L’opera in palio, exhibition catalogue, Siena, Palazzo Patrizi (Siena: Maschietto & Musolino, 1994).

32.2 x 24 cm, 36 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Number 1 in the series Pinacoteca published by Maschietto & Musolino, Siena. Texts by L. Cherubini and by the artist, overall colour combinations of the flags of Siena’s seventeen contrade, reproduction of seven Studi per “L’opera in palio”, 1994.

1995 Giulio Paolini al Palazzo della Ragione, exhibition catalogue, Padua, Salone del Palazzo della Ragione (Milan: Fabbri Editori, 1995).

29 x 24 cm, 96 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Texts by V. Baradel, F. Poli, and by the artist, anthology of works 1960-95 interspersed between the texts, list of works exhibited, photographs of a preliminary installation of Essere o non essere, 1995 taken by P. Mussat Sartor, texts by L. Cherubini and P.L. Fantelli, biographical note by D. Lancioni.

1995 Giulio Paolini. La voce del pittore – Scritti e interviste 1965-1995, edited by M. Disch (Lugano: ADV Publishing House, 1995).

22.5 x 17.2 cm, 372 pp., b/w illustrations. Selection of writings by the artist and complete collection of interviews 1963-95, text by the editor, bio-bibliographical appendices.

1996 Giulio Paolini. Dilemma, exhibition catalogue, Malgrate, Quadreria Eusider, 1996.

32 x 22 cm, staple binding, 16 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Text by T. Lorenzelli, exhibition views by M. Piazza, reproduction of the project for the installation of the work exhibited, biographical note.

1996 Giulio Paolini. Correspondances, exhibition catalogue, Rome, The French Academy in Rome, Villa Medici (Turin: Umberto Allemandi & C., 1996).

30.5 x 21 cm, 104 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Introduction by J.P. Angremy (in French), letter to the artist by A. Pacquement (in French), site plan of the exhibition, text by M. Fagiolo dell’Arco, writings by the artist, illustrated list of works exhibited with notes by the artist, biographical note by D. Lancioni.

1997 A. Coulange, Giulio Paolini, Carnets de la commande publique (Paris: Éditions du Regard, 1997).

20.8 x 14.8 cm, 79 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in French. Text by the author, illustrated documentation of the permanent works in public spaces 1983-97 with notes by the artist’s, selected bio-bibliography.

1997 Giulio Paolini. Esposizione Universale, exhibition catalogue, Sabbioneta, Galleria degli Antichi (Ravenna: Danilo Montanari Editore, 1997).

30 x 24 cm, 40 pp., b/w illustrations. Text by the artist on the work Esposizione universale, 1992, documentation related to two previous versions of this one, reproductions of works by French artist Hubert Robert, architect Etienne-Louis Boullée, and of a section of the galleries inside the Crystal Palace in London, selection of works and studies referring to the works exhibited, texts by S. Risaliti and L. Cherubini, biographical note by S. Risaliti.

1998 Giulio Paolini. Von heute bis gestern / Da oggi a ieri, exhibition catalogue, Graz, Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum (Ostfildern-Ruit: Cantz Verlag, 1998).

28.5 x 21 cm, 368 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in German and Italian. Introduction by C. Steinle and P. Weibel, texts by P. Weibel, F. Poli, G. Celant, C. Bertola, M. Disch, and by the artist, list of works exhibited, anthology of works 1960-97, biographical note by D. Lancioni, bibliographical appendices by M. Disch.

1998 G. Paolini, M. Minini, B. Corà, A porte chiuse (Brescia: Galleria Massimo Minini, 1998).

29.7 x 21 cm, 32 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Volume published on the occasion of the solo exhibition at the Galleria Massimo Minini in Brescia, December 1988 - January 1999. Correspondence between the three authors and reproductions of several drawings and works on paper.

1999 Giulio Paolini. Padiglione dell’Aurora, exhibition catalogue, Rivoli, Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea (Milan: Edizioni Charta, 1999).

24 x 17 cm, 52 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Text by the artist on Padiglione dell’Aurora, 1998-99, text and biographical note by G. Verzotti.

1999 Giulio Paolini. Da oggi a ieri, exhibition catalogue, Turin, GAM Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (Turin: Hopefulmonster, 1999).

28 x 21 cm, 160 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Texts by P.G. Castagnoli, D. Soutif, and by the artist, list of works exhibited, Ultime di cronaca section with anthology of works and notes by the artist 1993-99, text by M. Disch (1998); Questa esposizione section with photographs of the previous venue of the exhibition in Graz taken by Croce & Wir, and exhibition views of the Turin venue by P. Mussat Sartor; Il tempo di domani section with reproductions of studies and projects underway, with notes by the artist, biographical note by D. Lancioni, bio-bibliographical appendices by M. Disch.

1999 Giulio Paolini. Da un momento all’altro, exhibition catalogue, Naples, Piazza del Plebiscito, 1999.

13 x 18 cm, staple binding, 16 pp. n. pag., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and in English. Text by E. Cicelyn, reproductions of the basic drawing used for the work exhibited and of four Studi per “Da un momento all’altro”, 1999, bio-bibliography.

2000 L’altra figura. Giulio Paolini (Oslo: Museet for Samtidskunst, 2000).

21 x 14.8 cm, staple binding, 32 pp., b/w illustrations, in Danish and English. Number 3 in the series Kunst i sammenheng (Art in context) published by the museum. Reproduction of L’altra figura, 1979-80 and text by J. Lund on the same work.

2001 Impressions Graphiques. L’opera grafica di Giulio Paolini, 1967-2000, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Association Jacqueline Vodoz et Bruno Danese, 2001.

24 x 16.5 cm, 32 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Cover design by the artist with block printed drawing associating the protagonist of the cover of the French magazine L’Imprimeur. Procédés de gravure et d’impression (Paris, December, 1936), with the artist's own hand intent on drawing. Texts by the artist, S. Chessa, and M. Noire, anthology of works and notes 1996-2000, summary of prints 1996-2000, reproduction of four studies for the Einaudi publishing house logo.

2001 Giulio Paolini. Premio Internazionale Koinè 2000 alla carriera, exhibition catalogue, Verona, Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Palazzo Forti (Milan: Electa, 2001).

28 x 21 cm, 120 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Cover design by the artist with full-page reproduction of a detail of the exhibition’s site plan against a blue background; in the white square in the middle, in the artist’s own handwriting, extract from his text published inside the catalogue. Texts by G. Cortenova, R. Barilli, L. Hegyi, M. Belpoliti, and R. Lombardelli, Le sette stanze dell’esposizione section with text by the artist and entries on the works exhibited by M. Disch, biographical note, bio-bibliographical appendices.

2001 Giulio Paolini. Early Dynastic, exhibition catalogue, Rome, Studio d’Arte Contemporanea Pino Casagrande (Milan: Skira Editore, 2001).

24 x 16.5 cm, 80 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Text by A. Bonito Oliva, entries on the cycle of works Early Dynastic by M. Disch, text by the artist on the theme of the column and notes to the illustrated works, selected bio-bibliography.

2002 Giulio Paolini: Quadrante. Viaggio intorno a un’idea di esposizione, exhibition catalogue, Rome, Atelier del Bosco, Villa Medici (Rome: Edizioni dell’Oca, 2002).

22 x 14.5 cm, 84 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Text by the artist on the exhibition, letter by the artist to the interlocutors involved in the exhibition project with list of the twelve venues included in the exhibition, text by D. Lancioni, reproduction of sixteen Studi per “Quadrante”, 2002, interspersed with the texts.

2002 Giulio Paolini. Pagine, exhibition catalogue, Modena, Biblioteca civica d’arte Luigi Poletti and Chiesa di San Paolo (Carpi: Edizioni APM, 2002).

24 x 16.6 cm, 96 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Texts by G. Vattimo, M. Bertoni, and by the artist, illustrated list of works exhibited, selected bibliography.

2003 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Como, Fondazione Antonio Ratti (Milan: Edizioni Charta, 2003).

21 x 14.7 cm, 148 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Number 7 in the series Quaderni del Corso Superiore di Arte Visiva published by Fondazione Antonio Ratti. Writings by the artist, texts by A. Vettese and G. Pietrantonio, illustrated documentation of the work exhibited, guide to the final exhibition of the Corso Superiore di Arte Visiva with entries by A. Daneri on the works made by each of the students; Conferenze aperte al pubblico tenute durante il Corso section with texts of the interventions by L. Vergine and M. Botta.

2003 Giulio Paolini 1960-1972, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Fondazione Prada, 2003.

24 x 15.2 cm, 436 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, Italian and English editions. Foreword by G. Celant, reproduction of a childhood drawing by the artist and documents concerning the Premio Aurora he was awarded at eight years of age, writings by the artist related to the exhibition, reproduction of the work Ipotesi per una mostra, 1963, and of five Studi per “Ipotesi per una mostra”, 2003, exhibition views by A. Maranzano, site plan of the exhibition design. Text by G. Celant (republication in its entirety of the essay published in Id., Giulio Paolini, New York: Sonnabend Press, 1972), divided into seven chapters and interspersed with writings by the artist 1963-72 (integrated with several unpublished texts), an anthology of works and archive materials 1960-72, and extracts from texts by C. Lonzi [1965, 1966], G. Celant [1967, 1968], M. Volpi Orlandini [1968, 1970, 1971, 1972], M. Bandini [1969, 1971, 1972, reviews], list of works exhibited, bio-bibliographical appendices by M. Disch.

2004 Giulio Paolini. L’ora X, exhibition catalogue, Venice, Fondazione Querini Stampalia (Siena: Gli Ori, 2004).

18.5 x 12.5 cm, 93 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Introduction by G. Busetto, text by the artist on the exhibition, exhibition views by L. Saggioro divided into three sections corresponding to the three works on display, text by C. Bertola, biographical note by M. Disch.

2004 Sale di lettura. Giulio Paolini dialoga con la collezione permanente, exhibition catalogue, Rovereto, MART Museo d’arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto (Rovereto: Nicolodi editore, 2004).

20.8 x 30 cm, 48 n. pag., col. illustrations. Texts by G. Verzotti, note by the artist on the exhibition, reproduction of the artworks involved by the artist in his exhibition and of the projects for his interventions, exhibition views by N. Eccher, biographical note.

2005 Giulio Paolini. Esposizione universale, exhibition catalogue, Winterthur, Kunstmuseum Winterthur (Düsseldorf: Richter Verlag, 2005).

28.5 x 21.5 cm, bound, 96 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in German. Co-produced with Westfälisches Landesmuseum für Kunst- und Kulturgeschichte Münster, the following stop on the travelling exhibition. Letters written by the artist to D. Schwarz (in Italian), text by D. Schwarz, site plan of the exhibition, exhibition views by P. Mussat Sartor divided into nine chapters corresponding to the nine exhibition rooms, text by E. Franz, list of works exhibited with distinctions related to the two venues of the travelling exhibition, biographical note, selected exhibition history.

2006 Giulio Paolini. Fuori programma, exhibition catalogue, Bergamo, GAMeC Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (Cinisello Balsamo: Silvana Editoriale, 2006).

27.5 x 23 cm, 120 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Cover design by the artist with reproduction of Senza titolo, 2006 extended to the front flap, the front and back panel. Texts by G. Pietrantonio, G. Valagussa, E. Grazioli, A. Rabottini, and by the artist, exhibition views by A. Maniscalco divided into six chapters corresponding to the six sections of the exhibition, each of which accompanied by a text by the artist and reproductions of the respective works, biographical note by M. Disch, exhibition history.

2008 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Bologna, Studio G7 (Bologna: Damiani editore, 2008).

22 x 22 cm, 96 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Texts by A. Ottani Cavina, E. Coen, and by the artist; Immacolata Concezione section with reproduction of a series of studies for Immacolata Concezione. Senza titolo/Senza autore, 2007-08, and exhibition views by A. Guerra; Immagini di ieri section with text by G. Grigolo, anthology of works 1973-92 related to the Studio G7 and views of the solo exhibitions held in the gallery (1975, 1984), biographical note by M. Disch.

2008 Giulio Paolini. Tre per tre (ognuno è l’altro o nessuno), exhibition catalogue, Rome, Galleria Borghese (Rome: Electa, 2008).

Large sheet folded in half 42 x 29.7 cm, 4 pp. n. pag., b/w and col. illustrations. Forewords by J.C. Mosconi, C. Strinati, and A. Mattirolo, texts by A. Coliva and A. Bonito Oliva, note by the artist on the work exhibited.

2008 M. Disch, Giulio Paolini. Catalogo ragionato 1960-1999 (Milan: Skira Editore, 2008).

Two-volume box set 29.5 x 25 x 9.3 cm designed by the artist with full-page reproduction of his hands holding a sheet of paper pierced by a pencil printed in positive on the front and in negative on the back. Cover design of both volumes by the artist with a pile of blank sheets at the centre and details of his works all around it, in the first volume against a white background, whereas in the second one against nocturnal cosmic background.
Vol. 1: 496 pp., b/w and col. illustrations; foreword by I. Gianelli, texts by the artist and the editor (in Italian and English), Catalogue Raisonné of works 1960-82. Vol. 2: 614 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, Catalogue Raisonné of works 1983-99, biography, exhibition history, bibliographical appendices.  

2009 R. Ferrario, Giulio Paolini. Un viaggio a distanza (Busto Arsizio: Nomos Edizioni, 2009).

22 x 15.2 cm, 144 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Conversation between the artist and R.S. Pecorara, text by the author on the topic of the artist’s studio.

2009 A. Mattirolo, G. Paolini, L’Ora X. Né prima né dopo, exhibition catalogue, Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Naples: Mondadori Electa, 2009).

23 x 15 cm, 88 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Texts by A. Mattirolo, R.S. Pecorara, and C. Bertola, writings by the artist, site plan of the exhibition, reproduction of thirteen studies for the works exhibited, exhibition views by L. Romano, list of works exhibited and note by the artist on the exhibition, biographical profile.

2010 Giulio Paolini. Gli uni e gli altri. L’enigma dell’ora, exhibition catalogue, Rome, Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Milan: Skira Editore, 2010).

22 x 21.2 cm, 72 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Cover design by the artist with site plan of the exhibition space and drawing in red indicating the projection of the work exhibited. Texts by D. Lancioni, M. Disch, and by the artist, reproduction of fifteen plates used for the projection of the work exhibited and of five studies for the same work, exhibition views by C. Abate, biographical note by D. Lancioni.

2010 Giulio Paolini. In via d’ipotesi, exhibition catalogue, Monteciccardo, Convento dei Servi di Maria (Cinisello Balsamo: Silvana Editoriale, 2010).

16 x 10.2 cm, 44 pp. n. pag., b/w and col. illustrations. Text by L. Pratesi, views of the empty exhibition rooms taken by M. Sereni, writings by the artist, description and site plan of the exhibition, reproduction of four installation designs for Detto (non) fatto, 2010, and of twenty-four variations on the theme of the gilded frame, list of works exhibited.

2013 Giulio Paolini. Sulla soglia, exhibition catalogue, Rome, Giacomo Guidi Arte Contemporanea, 2013.

28 x 24 cm, 64 pp., col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Text by the artist, Sulla soglia section with reproduction of eleven Studi per “Sulla soglia”, 2011-12; In mostra section with text by L. Pratesi separated by exhibition views by G. Benni; Retroscena section with text by I. Bernardi and M. Disch, list of works exhibited, biographical.

2014 Giulio Paolini. Raccolta di opere, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Artevalori, 2014.

29.8 x 21 cm, 44 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Text by M. Bruzzo Parodi, illustrated list of works exhibited.

2014 B. Satre, Giulio Paolini. Essere o non essere, 1994-95 (Turin - Mantua: Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini and Corraini Edizioni, 2014).

21 x 13.2 cm, 96 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Number 1 in the series In collezione published by the Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini. Cover design and concertina foldout at the back of the book by the artist; foldout with sequence of photographs showing the artist as he installs the model of the work Essere o non essere in his studio. Text by the author on Essere o non essere, 1994-95, afterword by M. Disch, appendices related to the work discussed (technical details, exhibition designs, bibliography, critical anthology).

2014 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Rome, MACRO Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma (Macerata: Quodlibet Edizioni, 2014).

28 x 24.2 cm, 168 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Co-produced with Whitechapel Gallery, London, following stop on the travelling exhibition. Introductions by G.A. Campitelli and I. Blazwick, texts by the artist, B. Pietromarchi, D.F. Herrmann, G. Guercio, B. Schwabsky, and I. Bernardi, illustrated entries and list of works exhibited in the two venues of the travelling exhibition edited by M. Disch, selected bio-bibliographical appendices.

2014 E. Franz et al., Giulio Paolini. Vedo e non vedo (Turin - Mantua: Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini and Corraini Edizioni, 2014).

24 x 16.2 cm, 160 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Number 1 in the series In tema published by the Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini. Cover design and concertina foldout at the back of the book by the artist; foldout with gradually reduced multiplication of a grid of photographs showing the artist as he makes Vedo (la decifrazione del mio campo visivo) at Studio Marconi, Milan, in 1973. Foreword by M. Disch, texts on the theme of seeing and gazing by E. Franz, E. Volpato, J. Meinhardt, and R. Venturi.

2015 E. Trincherini, Giulio Paolini. Delfo (IV), 1997 (Turin - Mantua: Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini and Corraini Edizioni, 2015).

21 x 13.2 cm, 80 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Number 2 in the series In collezione published by the Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini. Cover design and concertina foldout at the back of the book by the artist; foldout with full-page reproduction of Studio per “Delfo (IV)”, 1997. Text by the author on Delfo (IV), 1997, bibliography related to the work analysed.

2015 Teatro di Mnemosine. Giulio Paolini d’après Watteau, exhibition catalogue, Lugano, Spazio -1 Collezione Giancarlo e Danna Olgiati (Bellinzona: Edizioni Casagrande 2015).

24 x 22 cm, 96 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Cover design by the artist with reproduction against a grey background of two eighteenth-century valets – one on the front cover, the other on the back cover – associated with a sequence of alternating full and void squares. Text by the artist on the exhibition, exhibition views by A. Osio, texts by B. Della Casa, F. Jarauta, and B. Cinelli, entries on the works exhibited by M. Disch, biographical note.

2015 Giulio Paolini. Collages e opere su carta, exhibition catalogue, Livorno, Galleria Peccolo, 2015.

24 x 16.8 cm, staple binding, 32 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Interview with the artist by F. Sardella, text by the artist, illustrated list of works exhibited, biographical note, selected exhibition history.

2015 J. Meinhardt, Giulio Paolini. Senza titolo, 1961 (Turin - Mantua: Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini and Corraini Edizioni, 2015).

21 x 13.2 cm, 96 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Number 3 in the series In collezione published by the Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini. Cover design and concertina foldout at the back of the book by the artist; foldout with project inspired by the work that is the topic of the book. Text by the author on Senza titolo, 1961, bio-bibliographical appendices related to the work analysed.

2016 Giulio Paolini. Expositio, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Museo Poldi Pezzoli (Cinisello Balsamo: Silvana Editoriale, 2016).

29 x 21.2 cm, 80 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Foreword by A. Zanni, texts by E. Coen and F. Fergonzi, interview with the artist by F. Minervino, Opere section with reproduction of the works exhibited and three entries by M. Disch interspersed with four notes by the artist, biographical note.

2016 S. Bann et al., Giulio Paolini. Il passato al presente (Turin - Mantua: Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini and Corraini Edizioni, 2016).

24 x 16.2 cm, 168 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Number 2 in the series In tema published by the Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini. Cover design and concertina foldout at the back of the book by the artist; foldout with drawing of squared outlines on the full-page reproduction of the painting The Tribuna of the Uffizi, 1776, by Johan Joseph Zoffany, divided and reassembled in a new image. Texts by C. Zambianchi, D. Viva, D. Soutif, and S. Bann on the artist’s relationship with art history, the citation, and the past.

2016 R. Cuomo, Giulio Paolini. Lo spazio, 1967 (Turin - Mantua: Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini and Corraini Edizioni, 2016).

21 x 13.2 cm, 96 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Number 4 in the series In collezione published by the Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini. Cover design and concertina foldout at the back of the book by the artist; foldout with sequence of photographs portraying the artist as he installs Lo spazio at the Galleria Arco d’Alibert, Rome, in 1968. Text by the author on Lo spazio, 1967, bio-bibliographical appendices related to the work analysed.

2017 Giulio Paolini, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Galleria Christian Stein, 2017.

28 x 24 cm, 168 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Four-panel cover designed by the artist, on the front cover reproduction of several spectators before a lowered stage curtain; at the centre, a rectangular die-cut in the area corresponding to a gilded frame reveals the drawing of the diagonals (in red) and the orthogonal axes (in black) printed on the inside of the first panel and alluding to the squaring of the artist’s first work Disegno geometrico, 1960. Introductory texts by G. Benedetti and B. Della Casa, Opere 1972-2016 section corresponding to the exhibition in the Pero location with text by L. Conte, exhibition views by A. Osio; Fine 2016 section corresponding to the exhibition in the Corso Monforte location, with text by S. Menegoi, exhibition views by A. Osio, text by the artist; Prima e dopo la Fine: studi 2016-17 section, with reproduction of thirty-seven Studi per “Fine”, 2016-17; list of works exhibited with entries by M. Disch, bio-bibliographical note.

2017 I. Bernardi, Giulio Paolini. Opere su carta: un laboratorio gestuale per la percezione dell’immagine (Turin: Prinp Editore, 2017).

20.9 x 14.8 cm, 242 pp., b/w and col. illustrations. Text by the author on the artist’s production of works on paper (first study on the topic).

2018 Giulio Paolini. Teoria delle apparenze. Opere 1969-2015, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Galleria Fumagalli (Milan: Scalpendi editore, 2018).

26 x 20 cm, 112 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Texts by A. Madesani and A. Maggi, biographical note, exhibition history, exhibition views by A. Maniscalco interspersed with the texts.

2018 L. Iamurri, Giulio Paolini. Teresa nella parte di Giovanna d’Arco in prigione (tavola ottica), 1969 (Turin - Mantua: Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini and Corraini Edizioni, 2018).

21 x 13.2 cm, 72 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Number 5 in the series In collezione published by the Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini. Cover design by the artist. Text by the author on Teresa nella parte di Giovanna d’Arco in prigione (tavola ottica), 1969, bibliography related to the work analysed.

2019 Giulio Paolini. Sale d’attesa, exhibition catalogue, London, Repetto Gallery (Arezzo: Magonza editore, 2019).

27.2 x 20.5 cm, bound, 80 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, Italian and English editions. Letter to the artist by C. and P. Repetto, text by A. Cortellessa, illustrated list of works exhibited with text by the artist, extract from the text La squadratura by I. Calvino (1975), notes by P. Repetto.

2019 Giulio Paolini. Del Bello ideale, exhibition catalogue, Milan, Fondazione Carriero (London: Koenig Books, 2019).

Two volumes with dust jacket featuring embossed lettering in silver, 24 x 17 cm, in Italian and English.
Vol. 1 La mostra: 192 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, text by the artist, F. Stocchi, I. Rota, and L. Skrebowksi, conversation between the artist and F. Stocchi, exhibition views by A. Osio, illustrated list of works exhibited, biographical note. Vol. 2 Nella vita: 116 pp., b/w illustrations, biography by images edited by the artist.

2019 F. Belloni, Giulio Paolini. Disegno geometrico, 1960 (Turin - Mantua: Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini and Corraini Edizioni, 2019).

21 x 13.2 cm, 128 pp., b/w and col. illustrations, in Italian and English. Number 6 in the series In collezione published by the Fondazione Giulio e Anna Paolini. Cover design and concertina foldout at the back of the book by the artist; foldout with project inspired by the work that is the topic of the book. Text by the author on Disegno geometrico, 1960, anthology of artist’s statements, bio-bibliographical appendices related to the work analysed.

2021 Colophon 55 (Belluno), March, 2021 (monographic issue).

31 x 23 cm, 48 pp., b/w illustrations. Monographic issue dedicated to Paolini’s work as a graphic designer edited by the artist himself, including a poster 59.4 x 42 cm, specially created, with reproduction of Quadricromia, 2020. Editorial by E. Fiorin, texts by M. Belpoliti, V. Russo, and the artist, anthology of graphic works 1962-2018.

2021 Giulio Paolini “Le Chef-d’œuvre inconnu”, exhibition catalogue, Rivoli, Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, 2021.

Two volumes with three-fold hardcover dust jacket 30.8 x 25 cm by the artist, roll folded, on the inside full-page reproduction of Senza titolo, 2020, in Italian and English. Cover design of both volumes by the artist.
Vol. 1 “Le Chef-d’œuvre inconnu”: 96 pp., col. illustrations; note by the artist, texts by C. Christov-Bakargiev and M. Beccaria, exhibition views by A. Osio interspersed between the texts, list of works exhibited, exhibition history of Disegno geometrico, 1960, biographical note, exhibition history of the artist at the Castello di Rivoli from 1984 to 2020. Vol. 2 Recital: 64 pp., b/w illustration; text by A. Cortellessa, anthology of writings in verse 1987-2020.