Edited by Roberto Mastroianni. Text by Ugo Volli, et al.
Published by Damiani
Jill Mathis’ Through a Lens Darkly is a photographic meditation on the places and themes that defined Ingmar Bergman as a director. Taking her cues from certain words or terms in Bergman films--such as “religion,” “desire,” “chaos” and “persona”--Mathis photographed in the director’s favored Swedish locales, such as Uppsala, Stockholm and the island of Fårö.
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