Michelangelo Antonioni is certainly one of the directors most of interest to photographers. With ‘The Red Desert’, 1964, his first colour movie, set in the industrial area of Ravenna, he dealt with themes that were to be of key importance for both American and European photography over the following decades.
Linea di Confine, in collaboration with Die Photograpische Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur Colonia (D), has realized the catalogue of the photographic researches made by 8 italian photographers as Francesco Neri, Allegra Martin, Marcello Galvani and others, on the themes of the movie by Antonioni to which were added historical works by Franco Vaccari, Lewis Baltz, Guido Guidi, William Guerrieri and Sabrina Ragucci.
The publication was reviewed in the number 231/2018 of APERTURE.
Rubiera, Linea di Confine Editore, 2017.
Edited by Antonello Frongia and William Guerrieri, with a text by Antonello Frongia and interviews with Guido Guidi and Franco Vaccari. Texts in Italian and English.
Designer Studio Sonnoli
In collaboration with Die Photograpische Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur, Colonia (D)
Size 25x30 cm, 138 pages, cover with jacket.
Euro 32,00 (shipping costs included)