Exactly forty years after the release of the first issue and ten years after its closure, like a phoenix rising from its ashes, it returns "the most beautiful magazine in the world", that FMR born in 1982 from the mind of Franco Maria Ricci with the aim of giving Italy the primacy of the most beautiful art magazine ever seen. When it was born, in 1982, it was greeted with amazement: it told the beauties created by men in a new and spectacular way, made possible by an editorial look that had never been seen before. It quickly became the world's most popular art magazine.
Times have changed, but the purpose of FMR remains the same: to amaze the reader with the elegance and beauty of niche print media by offering an elegant collector's magazine with a classic taste.
The new FMR moves in space and time without borders of art, architecture, design, where every surprise, every adventure of the eye is transformed into a stimulus for the imagination and for the mind.
From the spectacular paintings of the Canadian painter Alex Colville, a real discovery for Europe, to the Tagasode, secret and sensual Japanese screens, from the unpublished Mexican figurines that laugh, to the The Bible of the Poor of Varallo, a jewel of Renaissance painting that shines in a humble mountain church, up to the light-hearted accumulation of arches and voids in the monumental architecture of the Catalan Xaviér Corberó, FMR takes you into a world of emotions, falls in love and discoveries.
The columns talk about Dante, books, travels and auctions.
Dimensions: 23X30 cm
Number of pages: 132
Language: available in Italian or English
Interior in art Gardamatt Fedrigoni 170 gr / m2
Cover in plasticized Gardamatt Fedrigoni paper 300 gr / m2
Flush paperback refe
Cross protective cardboard