“Dialogue with Massimo Iarussi”;
“The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, Volterra”
In: ”Light of Florence”, published by Targetti Sankey, Florence 2019
pages 20-23; 84-99
An interview with Massimo Iarussi and the description of one of his projects, in a volume that contains the most prestigious experiences of the historic Targetti lighting company in the artistic heritage sector.
Natalini Architetti, Guicciardini & Magni Architetti
Mandragora Editore, Florence 2016
The troubled history of the reconstruction of the ancient facade designed by Arnolfo di Cambio for the Cathedral of Florence, reproduced in the “Paradise Hall”, the fulcrum of the new layout of the “Opera del Duomo Museum”.
“The New Opera del Duomo Museum”
Mandragora Editore, Florence 2015
The description and analysis of the rooms of the new Opera del Duomo Museum and the wonderful artworks housed in them, pleasantly narrated by Msgr. Timothy Verdon, director of the museum.
“Il progetto di illuminazione” (“The Lighting Design”)
In: “La costruzione di un museo” (“Building a museum”),
curated by Natalini Architetti, Guicciardini & Magni Architetti
Published by CMB, Florence 2015
The description of the lighting project of the Opera del Duomo Museum in Florence, in the context of the entire process of building the museum.
“Il progetto della luce nei Nuovi Uffizi” (“The lighting design for the New Uffizi”)
In: “Cantiere Uffizi”,
curated by Roberto Cecchi and Antonio Paolucci,
Gangemi Editore, Rome 2007
The genesis of the “New Uffizi”, the grandiose expansion project of the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.
“Grandezze fotometriche” (“Photometric quantities”);
“Apparecchi illuminanti” (“Lighting fixtures”)
In: “Manuale di Illuminazione” (“Lighting Handbook”),
curated by: Pietro Palladino,
pp. 2.1 – 2.20; 16.1 – 16.72
Edizioni Tecniche Nuove, Milan 2005
The reference book for professionals in the sector in Italy.
“Desiderio da Settignano: the discovery of grace in Renaissance sculpture”
curated by: Marc Bormand, Beatrice Paolozzi Strozzi, Nicholas Penny
Alinea Editrice, Florence 2007
Catalog of the exhibition that took place in Florence in 2007.
“A cielo aperto: (s)punti di luce a Milano” (“Lights in the blue”)
In: “L’’arte di mettere in mostra” (“The Art of Display”),
curated by: Laura Lazzaroni and Luca Molinari,
Skira Editore, Milan 2006
The book collects some of the most important exhibitions organized over the years alongside the fair events of the Salone del Mobile. Among these is the “Lights in the blue” event, for which Massimo Iarussi with Paola Urbano has signed an installation.
“Forte di Bard. Storia di un’avventura” (“Forte di Bard. Story of an adventure”)
Photographs by Gianfranco Roselli
Texts by Maurizio Tropeano
Edizioni Finbard, Aosta 2005
History of the grandiose restoration project of the Bard Fortress.
“Via dei Cavalieri del Santo Sepolcro” (“Street of the Knights of the Holy Sepulcher”)
In: “Milano, Luci a cielo aperto” (“Milan, Lights in the blue),
Edizioni Charta, Milan 2005
Story of the installation created by Massimo Iarussi and Paola Urbano, as part of “Lights in the blue”, the initiative that took place in Milan for the 2005 edition of Euroluce.
“Sette piazze per il centro storico” (“Seven squares for the historic center”)
Published by: Comune di Savignano sul Rubicone (FC), 2005
Catalog of the exhibition of the projects participating in the national competition of ideas “Sette piazze per il centro storico”(“Seven squares for the historic center”), announced by the municipality of Savignano sul Rubicone, in which the group consisting of Lamberto Rossi, Paolo Zilli, Marco Tarabella and Massimo Iarussi obtained a Mention of Merit.
“Il progetto dei Nuovi Uffizi” (“The New Uffizi Project”)
Gangemi Editore, Rome 2004
Volume for the press conference for the presentation of the New Uffizi project which was held in Florence on February 24, 2004.
“Dalla chiesa al museo” (“From church to museum”)
Curated by Domenica Primerano
Edizioni Museo Diocesano Tridentino, Trento 2004
Liturgical furnishings from the parish church of Santa Maria Assunta in the Villa Lagarina section of the Tridentino Diocesan Museum.
“Il progetto della luce” (“The lighting design”)
In: “Il museo diocesano tridentino” (“The Tridentine Diocesan Museum”),
curated by Domenica Primerano
pp. 51 – 54
Edizioni Museo Diocesano Tridentino, Trento 1996
The extension and refurbishment project of the Tridentine Diocesan Museum of Trento.
Massimo Iarussi, Roberto Casalone
“Leonardo Last Supper illumination”
In: Proceedings of the conference “Luxeuropa 93, the VIIth European Light Conference”,
Vol. I, pp. 79–86
Edinburgh (UK) 1993
Speech at the 1993 Luxeuropa conference, on the creation of an experimental lighting system with light guides, for the lighting of Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper.
“L’illuminazione del David di Michelangelo e della Galleria dell’Accademia a Firenze: creatività e tecnologia per un laboratorio aperto” (“The lighting of Michelangelo’s David and the Accademia Gallery in Florence: creativity and technology for an open laboratory”)
In: “Luce per l’uomo: arte, scienza, economia” (“Light for human beings: art, science, economy”),
In: Proceedings of the 4° AIDI international conference, Taormina 24 – 26 October 1990
Vol. I, pp. 51–58,
Published by AIDI, Italian Lighting Association, Milan 1990
The presentation of the first draft of the lighting project for the Michelangelo’s David at the 1990 AIDI international conference