Leporello's Stories

 

BLANCO by Elton Gllava

Landscape, Nature & Environment, Fine Art

The brute matter to be molded and shaped: marble. The metaphysical landscape of the quarries, the colossal task, the continuous alternation of full, angles and nuances experienced as a soul-search.

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VIALATTEA by Ilias Georgiadis

Landscape, Daily Life, Fine Art

“Vialattea”(2017-2020) happened without a specific pattern of expression and approach. It captured the process of taking a deep breath after coping with the drama of the human condition.

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FINISTERRAE by Michele Palazzi

Landscape, Fine Art, Documentary

This is a travel into the extreme West of Europe: Portugal, "the border of earth". The vision of its decadent and melancholic charm, with an eye that covertly touches the actuality of the Mediterranean countries.

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PHOTOBOOK - L'IMMAGINE DI UN'IMMAGINE by Silvia Bordini

Contemporary Issues, Documentary, Archive

How do you read photography on the pages of a book? What is the link and what is the difference between an artist's book and a photo book?

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THE UNTIMELY APPARATUS OF TWO AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS by Lam Pok Yin, Chong Ng

Contemporary Issues, Fine Art, Documentary

As image-making processes and apparatus become more concealed, what appears to be an expansion of freedom is probably a restriction of how new narratives could be created through photography, for as long as there is no way of engaging in such criticism of technical images, we shall remain illiterate

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'O POST MIO by Francesca Leonardi

Daily Life, Social Issues, Documentary

‘O Post Mio is a photographic work lasted eight years during which Francesca Leonardi followed the life of Claudia who, together with her daughters, occupied a house in the Saracen Park.

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LUNARIO, 1968-1999 by Guido Guidi

Landscape, Daily Life, Fine Art

Throughout Lunario, Guido Guidi comes back to the moon as a source of stylistic and thematic inspiration: a symbol of melancholy and madness, changeability and a constant reminder of the transience of everyday life.

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TRANSPARENCIES: SMALL CAMERA WORKS 1971-1979 by Stephen Shore

Landscape, Daily Life, Documentary

Transparencies: Small Camera Works 1971-1979 offers an alternative account of one of the most fabled episodes in photographic history: the cross-country journeys that produced Stephen Shore’s luminous new vision of the American landscape, Uncommon Places.

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LA BETE A MODERN TALE by Yasmina Benabderrahmane

Daily Life, Contemporary Issues, Documentary

In 2012, Benabderrahmane returned to her home country of Morocco after 12 years, crossing the dunes and plains to create Super-8 films mapping out the ever-changing landscape.

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BORDERS OF NOTHINGNESS – ON THE MEND by Margaret Lansink

Landscape, Contemporary Issues, Fine Art

In Borders of Nothingness, Dutch photographer Margaret Lansink dwells in the ambiguity of her adult daughter’s decision to suspend contact with her, photographing landscapes and nude women whose disappearing presence raises the same haunted question: is this the moment you were gone?

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DAY SLEEPER by Sam Contis, Dorethea Lange

Daily Life, Street Photography, Archive

In this book Sam Contis presents a new window onto the work of the iconic American photographer Dorothea Lange.

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KINO by Ricarda Roggan

Landscape, Contemporary Issues, Fine Art

Ricarda Roggan, an artist and passionate cineaste, frequently went to the cinema between 1994 and 1999 to photograph American films.

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DEMONSTRATION ROOMS by AA.VV.

Contemporary Issues, Fine Art, Documentary

El Lissitzky (1890–1941), one of the most influential Russian constructivists, worked in painting, graphic design, architecture, typography, and photography.

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CHAPTER 3 – THE CONTROL OF IMAGES by Nicolò Degiorgis, Sabine Gamper

Social Issues, Contemporary Issues, Documentary

After the first two exhibitions “Chapter 1 – The Hierarchy of Images” and “Chapter 2 – The Conflict of Images”, the trilogy ends with “Chapter 3 – The Control of Images”, presenting the works of Anouk Kruithof, Julian Röder and Jules Spinatsch.

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CERTI SIRI VIU NAVI by Gianluigi Toccafondo

Landscape, Travel, Fine Art

A visionary and dinamic book with the unique style of Gianluigi Toccafondo, born from a song of the Mancuso brothers.

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RADICI by ELSE, Occhio Acerbo

Social Issues, Contemporary Issues, Fine Art

In this 2020 Else celebrates 10 years since that unpredictable and adventurous beginning and, above all, celebrates a book in its fifth reprint, 2500 copies printed and bound by hand, by many hands.

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ATLAS OF SCULPTURAL SITUATIONS I–V by Erik Göngrich

Social Issues, Contemporary Issues, Street Photography

The Atlas of Sculptural Situations is a series of spontaneous publications that try to make a variety of public spaces aesthetically and politically tangible. The approach happens through drawings and photographs that document, describe, analyse, shape, move and evolve the space in question.

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MIGRANT MOTHER, MIGRANT GENDER by Sally Stein

Social Issues, Street Photography, Documentary

Sally Stein reconsiders Dorothea Lange’s iconic portrait of maternity and modern emblem of family values in light of Lange’s long-overlooked ‘Madonna’ pictures and proposes that ‘Migrant Mother’ should in fact be seen as a disruptive image of women’s conflictual relation to home, and the world.

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PICTURE SUMMER ON KODAK FILM by Jason Fulford

Daily Life, Contemporary Issues, Fine Art

n Picture Summer on Kodak Film, a poem by two sisters echoes across Fulford’s photographs, comprised of recurring motifs: time, test strips, refracted light, rainbow colour, and distortion through shadows.

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MÉLAINA CHOLÉ by Cristiano Volk

Contemporary Issues, Nature & Environment, Fine Art

Mélaina Cholé, from Ancient Greek μέλας (melas), and χολή (kholé), is a photographic exploration of humoral theory conceived by Hippocrates.

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78 by Issei Suda

Daily Life, Fine Art, Archive

The story behind 78 tells of a promise kept after the passing of the Japanese master of photography Issei Suda, to publish a book with an original approach.

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THE LIVES AND LOVES OF IMAGES by AA. VV.

Contemporary Issues, Fine Art, Archive

Photography has come to symbolize the extremes of contemporary society. It is deeply personal, and yet thoroughly public.

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