Annemarie  Sauzeau ,

writer, art critic
Annemarie Sauzeau is a French-born art critic and essayist. She was Alighiero Boetti's wife over twenty years and was co-author of the seminal Classifying: The Thousand Longest Rivers in the World (1977). After Boetti's death, she has curated various exhibitions and catalogues on his work, in particular the first retrospective, held in 1996 at the Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna in Turin. In 2001 she published the book Alighiero e Boetti: Shaman-Showman and presently, as Director of Archivio Alighiero Boetti in Rome, she coordinates the general catalogation.

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