Published by Silvana Editoriale. Text by Florian Ebner, Yehuda E. Safran.
Italian photographer Carlo Valsecchi (born 1965) spent three years roaming the Alps with his camera, exploring the regionís role in historical conflicts and migration patterns. The resulting photographs are sudden glimpses, portals of light and compositions hovering in an endless limbo between loneliness, isolation and waiting.
Published by Silvana Editoriale. Text by William A. Erwing.
For many years Italian artist Carlo Valsecchi (born 1965) has been using photography to capture architecture within natural and artificial landscapes. His surreal photographs inspired by a construction site are gathered here.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Preface by William A. Ewing. Text by Nathalie Herschdorfer.
From monumental industrial architecture to the interiors of strange machines, from night views of cities flickering like active volcanoes to gleaming high-tech laboratories, from neat boxes of fruits or vegetables to the sprawling agro-industrial farmlands of Argentina--the photographs of Carlo Valsecchi alternate between precise figuration and poetic abstraction. Devoid of human presence, these large-format images often adopt unexpected vantage points, which initially destabilize our perception and then encourage us to engage more actively with the image. Although much of his work clearly occupies the strong tradition of the industrial landscape developed by the German school (Becher, Gursky), Valsecchi inhabits his own expressive register, with a soft palette and nuanced chromatic scale.