Giosetta Fioroni’s new artist’s book is a vivid collage that tells the story of Biri, an abandoned dog that becomes a poet and finds its happiness thanks to its new owners. The story takes the shape of a street theatre comedy, as an hommage to Ceronetti and Zanzotto, and the book has the same dimensions of the original artworks by Giosetta Fioroni. A contemporary nursery rhyme of drawings and colours, this book is printed in a single print-run of 1000 copies, not to be reprinted. Giosetta Fioroni was born in a family of artists: her father was a sculptor, her mother a painter and puppeteer. She attends the courses taught by Toti Scialoja at the Rome Academy of Fine Arts and through him at the end of the 50s she met the painters Afro, Burri, Perilli, Novelli, Dorazio and others of the group of Piazza del Popolo. Since then, her personal course led her to become one of the protagonists of the Italian artistic scene. Giosetta Fioroni displayed her works in countless collective and personal exhibitions, developing her personal and emotional relationship with artistic creation. Also available by Giosetta Fioroni in the Corraini catalogue: Marionettista (with Guido Ceronetti), Dossier Vado (with Cesare Garboli), 22 sculture in ceramica, Teatrino, Esercizi di lettura (with Elisabetta Rasy), Il segno della parola, Scritte a mano, 100 alberi (with Alberto Boatto), Lettere a amici, artisti, poeti..., Il teatro della vita - La casa dei poeti, Fisionomie (with Elisabetta Rasy and Nadia Fusini), Succede a Roma (with Elisabetta Rasy) and I miei cani.