Published by Silvana Editoriale. Text by Franco Marini, Anna Villari, Lyle Rexer, Mario Isnenghi, Gustavo Pietropolli Charmet, Marco Meneguzzo, Luca Campigotto.
In Theaters of War, Italian photographer Luca Campigotto (born 1962) presents research on World War I, on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. Campigotto's pictures reveal not only the physical traces preserved by nature, but also the lingering emotional effects and trauma of the war.
PUBLISHER SILVANA EDITORIALE
BOOK FORMAT Hardcover, 13.5 x 11 in. / 152 pgs / 80 color.
PUBLISHING STATUS PUB DATE 6/23/2015 Active
DISTRIBUTION D.A.P. EXCLUSIVE CATALOG: SPRING 2015 p. 199
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Luca Campigotto (born 1962) has been photographing dramatic natural settings since the 1980s, from the indian deserts to the white vistas of Lapland, and historical sites from Angkor to Easter Island. Gotham City presents the photographs Campigotto has taken in and of New York. This is a Gotham City reconstructed from memory, often infused with a glassy light and an atmosphere sometimes glowing with vivid colors, other times wrapped in muted hues. It is a sentimental journey in the Big Apple of our imagination, from the East River bridges to the Empire State Building, from the Guggenheim Museum to Canal Street, from Times Square to the old docks of Brooklyn, each shimmering image looking like the backdrop for a movie or comic book. The limited edition of Gotham City includes a signed and numbered print.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Walter Guadagnini.
Italian photographer Luca Campigotto (born 1962) portrays intensely dramatic landscapes--from the Straits of Magellan to the plains of Patagonia, from Morocco to the Strada degli Eroi Pass on Monte Pasubio, from the Easter Islands to the glaciers in Sarek National Park in Lapland--and reconceives for our times nature's capacity to overwhelm the human scale.