PEAK (signed)

by Nicoló Degiorgis


Photographs: Nicolo Degiorgis

Publisher: Rorhof

180 pages

Pictures: 90 black and white offset

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978-88-909817-6-0

Price: 48

Comments: soft cover, 16x24cm, second edition, design by Nicoló Degiorgis

Initially published in 2014 as a fanzine, PEAK documents the Dolomites, originally known as the pale mountains.

The book meditates upon the dualism between apex and nadir and the constant alternation of both. By folding double sided prints, each spread becomes a juxtaposition of two separate peaks, each joining to the next one and forming a cycle, from night to day, from summer to winter, and back.


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PEAK (signed)

by Nicoló Degiorgis


Photographs: Nicolo Degiorgis

Publisher: Rorhof

180 pages

Pictures: 90 black and white offset

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978-88-909817-6-0

Price: 48

Comments: soft cover, 16x24cm, second edition, design by Nicoló Degiorgis

Initially published in 2014 as a fanzine, PEAK documents the Dolomites, originally known as the pale mountains.

The book meditates upon the dualism between apex and nadir and the constant alternation of both. By folding double sided prints, each spread becomes a juxtaposition of two separate peaks, each joining to the next one and forming a cycle, from night to day, from summer to winter, and back.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

PEAK (signed)

by Nicoló Degiorgis


Photographs: Nicolo Degiorgis

Publisher: Rorhof

180 pages

Pictures: 90 black and white offset

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978-88-909817-6-0

Price: 48

Comments: soft cover, 16x24cm, second edition, design by Nicoló Degiorgis

Initially published in 2014 as a fanzine, PEAK documents the Dolomites, originally known as the pale mountains.

The book meditates upon the dualism between apex and nadir and the constant alternation of both. By folding double sided prints, each spread becomes a juxtaposition of two separate peaks, each joining to the next one and forming a cycle, from night to day, from summer to winter, and back.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com