Bello qui, non è vero? – Luigi Ghirri


Contrasto, 2008
Hardcover, 28,7 x 22,2 cm
152 pages, color and b/w photographs
Italian text

Excellent overall conditions, slight traces on the dust jacket

In stock

Luigi Ghirri was an extraordinary photographer and one of the most important names that Italy, but also the world, has known in recent years. His ever-new vision, his gaze always ready to be amazed by things and to look beyond mere appearances, have imposed a new way of thinking about reality, of representing it and of experiencing, for example, the landscapes and everyday objects that are part of our vision in the world of photography and art. This volume is dedicated to Luigi Ghirri, his photography and his writings: the most comprehensive anthology ever produced on the art and thought of a great contemporary Italian author.
The collection of works is accompanied by a selection of texts by Luigi Ghirri, an essay by Germano Celant, a note by Paola Ghirri, a chronology edited by Elena Re and an annotated bibliography.

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 27 × 30,5 cm


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