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eBook Luigi Ghirri: Italian Landscape (English and Italian Edition) download ISBN: 882890352X
Author: Luigi Ghirri
Publisher: Mondadori Electa (December 31, 1989)
Language: English Italian
Pages: 127
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Category: Art and Photo
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Luigi Ghirri (5 January 1943 – 14 February 1992) was an Italian artist and photographer who gained a far-reaching reputation as a pioneer and master of contemporary photography.

Luigi Ghirri (5 January 1943 – 14 February 1992) was an Italian artist and photographer who gained a far-reaching reputation as a pioneer and master of contemporary photography, with particular reference to its relationship between fiction and reality. Ghirri has been the subject of numerous books. His works are held by various museums around the world and have been exhibited in the 2011 Venice Biennale and at MAXXI in Rome. Ghirri was born in Scandiano near Reggio Emilia, Italy, on 5 January 1943.

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Il libro dei testi di Luigi. Da tempo è attesa una nuova edizione in italiano e possiamo dirvi con certezza che arriverà prossimamente. 353. 41. Il festival di Arles è iniziato! Voi ci sarete? 26. 4.

Luigi Ghirri – was an Italian photographer who, beginning in the produced pioneering color photographs of landscape and architecture within the context of conceptual art. Luigi Ghirri biography - Luigi Ghirri, lived from 1943 until was a revolutionary photographer from Italy who gained an influential reputation as a master and pioneer of. D e f i n e U s: Luigi Ghirri. I am a project manager, social media manager, and web developer in Florence, Italy.

Luiggi Ghirri has so many way of seeing,yet with this book I understood better,much better the harmony of his work and above all the poetry and sensitivness of this great artist.

ISBN-13: 978-3037642498. Luiggi Ghirri has so many way of seeing,yet with this book I understood better,much better the harmony of his work and above all the poetry and sensitivness of this great artist. I would highly recommend this beautifull and well printed book.

In 1978 Luigi Ghirri self-published his first book, an avant-garde manife. 16 page booklet with a new essay by Francesco Zanot in Italian, English, French and German; and translations of the original texts in French and German. During the 1980s Ghirri began to photograph Italian landscapes and was singled out as one of the most significant Italian authors in the history of 20th-century photography. His conceptual photographs, coupled with a remarkable literary output, led him to produce several noteworthy photographic projects.

Of his Italian Landscapes series, Ghirri wrote: ‘I have viewed these places with a gaze full . Ghirri’s work influenced a generation of artists, from Martin Parr to William Eggleston, who notes: ‘It is the variety of Luigi Ghirri’s work, the eclectic aspect, that most surprises and excites me.

Of his Italian Landscapes series, Ghirri wrote: ‘I have viewed these places with a gaze full of affection and love, in an attempt to perceive a simple and astonished feeling of belonging’. Parma, 1985, from Paesaggio Italiano. Lucerne, 1971–72, from Paesaggi di Cartone (Cardboard Landscapes).

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ISBN 9783037642498 (978-3-03764-249-8) Hardcover, JRPRingier, 2012. Coauthors & Alternates.

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Currently reading: Rediscovered Italy: Luigi Ghirri’s 1970s photographic landscapes. Ghirri charted a similar territory to Perec, navigating a route through a world of common places and everyday experiences. Vera Lutter and the art of camera obscura. Hannah Hughes’ hand-made photographic collages. If the direction of Perec’s travel was centrifugal, Ghirri’s was less methodically structured.