In this section you can browse Caruso’s most important books and review his full bibliography
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Bruno Caruso at L’Obelisco, by Leonardo Sinisgalli. With 27 drawings. Galleria dell'Obelisco, Rome 1954
The Paintings & Drawings of Bruno Caruso (1952-1955), by Libero Bigiaretti. G.Priulla Editore, Palermo 1955.
The Graphic work of Bruno Caruso, by Peppe Fazio. With 15 images in B&W and 14 in colour. Zangara Editore, Palermo 1958
From Calligraphy to Memory, with 28 drawings. Olivetti, Milan 1960
Dog Daughter, by Giorgio Soavi, with 7 B&W drawings by Caruso. Edition of 438. Milan, 1960.
The Iron Fist, cover, text & 69 B&W drawings by Caruso. Leonardo da Vinci, Bari 1962
Peace on Earth, with cover by Ben Shahn & 56 drawings in B&W. Leonardo da Vinci , Bari 1963
Bruno Caruso’s Mafiosi, by Renata Usiglio, with 9 drawings. Salvatore Sciascia, Caltanissetta - Rome 1963
The Paper Tiger, Cover, introduction & 17 B&W drawings by Caruso. Leonardo da Vinci, Bari 1964
With 9 Drawings & Stories by Caruso. Edizioni dell'Elefante, Rome 1964
The Hand of Man, Edition of 500 numbered & signed. Edizioni dell’Elefante, Rome 1965
Folder containing 8 Drawings. Societa Gestione Riviste Associate, 1968
Manuscript on the Marvels of Nature, 22 colour drawings. Edition of 500 numbered & signed. Bestetti, Rome 1968
In Praise of Madness, with 30 drawings in colour and an introduction by Elio Mercuri. Il Cigno edizioni d'arte, 1969
The Insane Asylum, with 20 drawings in B&W. Edizioni della Colonna Infame, Rome 1969
Gallery n.1 -2 by Elio Mercuri. Bi-monthly edition dedicated to Bruno Caruso. Salvatore Sciascia Editore, Rome 1969
Animalistic Repertoire, with text by Elio Mercuri & 6 B&W drawings and 24 colour panels. Alfani Editore, Rome 1972
The Last Testament of Ho Chi Minh, with four drawings & one etching. Edition of 100, Rome 1972
The Mythology of Modern Art, introduction and 117 drawings. Franca May Edizioni, Rome 1977
The White Flower, with 20 drawings in black & white. Edizione Federazione Comunista di Palermo, Palermo 1975