Gabriele Tinti (blog) is an Italian poet and writer.Gabriele Tinti poet and writer, poeta e scrittore.
He has worked with the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the British Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the National Roman Museum, the Capitolini Museums, the Archeological Museum in Naples, the Ara Pacis Museums and the Glyptothek of Munich composing poems for ancient works of art including the Boxer at Rest, the Discobolus, Arundel Head, the Ludovisi Gaul, the Victorious Youth, the Farnese Hercules, the Hercules by Scopas, the Elgin marbles from the Parthenon, the Barberini Faun and many other masterpieces. His poems have been performed by actors like Willem Dafoe, Kevin Spacey and Abel Ferrara.
In 2016 he published “Last words” (Skira Rizzoli) a collection of found poetry in association with Andres Serrano.
In 2018 his ecphrastic poetry project ‘Ruins’ was awarded the Premio Montale with a ceremony at the Museo Nazionale Romano in Palazzo Altemps.
In 2020 Tinti published The Earth Will come To Laugh and To Feast (Powerhouse Books, New York) a poetry collection with illustrations by the artist Roger Ballen. 
In 2021 his Ruins was published by Libri Scheiwiller (Milan) and Eris Press (London). His poetry collection Bleedings- Incipit Tragoedia has been published by La Nave di Teseo (Milan, 2022) and by Contra Mundum Press (New York, 2023).

“Divine Echoes, Confessions by Gabriele Tinti”, Hube Magazine
“Gabriele Tinti, intervista al poeta”, Exibart
“Gabriele Tinti at the LACMA”, Unframed LACMA
“Abel Ferrara and Gabriele Tinti”, METAL Magazine
“Ruins by Gabriele Tinti”, ACE Reader
“Giving Life to Hercules: Q&A with Gabriele Tinti and Joe Mantegna”, Unframed LACMA
“Spectacles of Suffering”: An Interview with Gabriele Tinti, Vol1 Brooklyn
“Rinascita e Rovine”, ICON (In Italian)
“Gabriele Tinti”, Il Sole 24 Ore (In Italian)

Poems online:
“Willem Dafoe reads Gabriele Tinti poems”, National Roman Museum
“Christ at the Column”, Purple Magazine
“The Boxer”, Youtube
“Hercules”, Treccani
“The Battle of Alexander” Treccani
“Tyrannicides”, Treccani
“Hermes”, Treccani
“Hesiod”, Treccani
“Runners”, Treccani
“Doriforo”, Treccani
“Il Cantore”, RAI Letteratura
“Il Pugile”, RAI Letteratura
“Apollo”, RAI Letteratura
“Ruins”, Getty Villa, Laboratory Arts Collective
“Ruins”, RAI Letteratura
“Orpheus”, J. Paul Getty Museum
“Il poeta”, RAI Letteratura
“Last words,” Nazione Indiana
“Canti di pietra”, RAI Arte
“Discobolus”, RAI Arte
“The nostalgia of the poet”, Giorgio de Chirico Foundation
“Ariadne”, RAI Letteratura
“The nostalgia of the poet”, RAI Letteratura
“Hercules”, LACMA
“Hercules Part II”, RAI Arte
“Hercules Part I”, RAI Arte
“The Victorious athlete”, J. Paul Getty Museum
“The boxer Part I”, RAI Letteratura
“The boxer Part I-II”, J. Paul Getty Museum
“Ferko”, Frankmatter magazine
“The boxer”, Frankmatter magazine
“Forgive me”, Grey Magazine
“Kid”, “Lament”, “Boom Boom!” and other poems, The Brooklyn Rail- Intranslation
“All over”, Moving Poems
“All over”, Edition Delta (in German)

Recent Reviews – selection:
“Abel Ferrara reads Prometheus by Gabriele Tinti”, RAI, Vanity Fair
“Abel Ferrara reads Ruins by Gabriele Tinti”, Corriere della Sera, ANSA, Repubblica
“Gabriele Tinti and Roger Ballen”, Flaunt, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone.
“Abel Ferrara reads Blades by Gabriele Tinti”, Repubblica, Vanity Fair, RAI Cultura
“Abel Ferrara reads Laments by Gabriele Tinti”, SKYRepubblicaAnsaCorriere della SeraIl MattinoExibart
“Abel Ferrara and Gabriele Tinti”, SKY, GQ, ANSA, Rolling Stone, Repubblica, Corriere, Purple Magazine.
“Kevin Spacey returns..”, BBC El Pais, La Repubblica, Vanity Fair, Le Figaro, Hollywood Reporter etc…
“Gabriele Tinti: ecco come ho riportato in scena Kevin Spacey”, Rolling Stone
“A Gabriele Tinti il Premio Montale”, Corriere della Sera (in Italian)
“Enrico Lo Verso canta la bellezza delle rovine”, Il Giornale (in Italian)
“Rovine”, Il Giornale (in Italian)
“Rovine”, La Repubblica (in Italian)
“I componimenti poetici di Tinti letti da Haber”, Il Giornale (in Italian)
“Elio Grazioli, Parole ultime”, Doppiozero (in Italian)
“Alessandro Haber legge la nostalgia del poeta di Gabriele Tinti, Ziguline (in Italian)
“Franco Nero recita i Canti di pietra di Gabriele Tinti”, Il Giornale dell’arte (in Italian)
“La poesia incontra la grande arte classica”, Artribune (in Italian)
“Franco Nero legge Canti di pietra di Gabriele Tinti”, MIBAC (in Italian)
“Death in situ: sifting through gabriele tinti’s last words”, 3:AM Magazine
“Le ultime parole in rete dei suicidi diventano poesia”, L’Espresso (in Italian)
“Last words”, Satisfiction (in Italian)
“Le parole di chi se ne va”, Il Giornale dell’Arte (in Italian)
“Last words”, RAI Radio3 (in Italian)
“L’abbandono della vita, l’amore della morte”, Critica Letteraria (in Italian)
“Last words di Gabriele Tinti”, Panorama (in Italian)
“In Last Words un testamento che lascia senza parole”, L’Italoamericano (in Italian)
“Last words”, Radioradicale (in Italian)
“Nella rete delle ultime parole (non) famose”, Il Giornale (in Italian)
“Scultura e poesia italiane si incontrano”, Artribune (in Italian)
“Gabriele Tinti e Last words.
L’ultimo mondo che la poesia indica e forse preserva”, Art a part of culture (in Italian)
“Silvia Calderoni legge Last words di Gabriele Tinti”, Affari Italiani (in Italian)
“Silvia Calderoni legge Last Words di Gabriele Tinti”, MIBAC (in Italian)
“Ultime parole per il Galata suicida”, Il Giornale dell’arte (in Italian)
“Gabriele Tinti and Burt Young”, Drome magazine
“Così la boxe diventa poesia”, GQ Italia (in Italian)
“Franco Nero legge Il pugile di Gabriele Tinti”, MIBAC (in Italian)
“Metti un poeta al museo”, Exibart (in Italian)
“Versi per il pugilatore”, Il Giornale dell’Arte (in Italian)
“Il cinema dei pugili”, La Repubblica (in Italian)
“All over: pugili, angeli, eroi”, Il Manifesto (in Italian)
“All over di Gabriele Tinti”, Il Sole 24 Ore (in Italian)
“Un libro d’arte per gli anti eroi”, La Gazzetta dello Sport (in Italian)
“La via crucis di Arturo Gatti”, Panorama (in Italian)
“New York Shots”, Radio3 (in Italian)
“Rivive il mito di Arturo Gatti”, La Gazzetta dello Sport (in Italian)