Roma (signed)

by Massimo Siragusa


Photographs: Massimo Siragusa

Text: Giovanna Calvenzi, Tommaso Giagni, Ugo Gregoretti, Marco Maria Sambo

Publisher: Postcart

272 pages

Pictures: 184

Year: 2020

ISBN: 978-88-31363-22-8

Price: 55

Comments: 15 x 22 cm, texts: Italian, print run: 1000 copies, paper: Fedrigoni Area White Smooth 100 gr & 450 gr, paperback perfect binding

Around a Rome celebrated by classical iconography, the city of great beauty with a monumental and somewhat decadent charm, with its iconic places envied by the whole world, there is another city. Hidden and alien to tourist flows. An area inhabited and lived by more than half of Roman citizens. A chaotic city, often abusive. With its gates, railings, walls, trees, archaeological findings, cars, which overlap and merge in an extraordinary and unique visual chaos. It is the periphery. Indeed, the suburbs. Different from each other but all united by the same visual and architectural anarchy. In this work, which has unfolded for over two years along the perimeter of the city, the author has sought relationships, passages, dialogues, almost as if trying to put the chaos of reality in order.


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Roma (signed)

by Massimo Siragusa


Photographs: Massimo Siragusa

Text: Giovanna Calvenzi, Tommaso Giagni, Ugo Gregoretti, Marco Maria Sambo

Publisher: Postcart

272 pages

Pictures: 184

Year: 2020

ISBN: 978-88-31363-22-8

Price: 55

Comments: 15 x 22 cm, texts: Italian, print run: 1000 copies, paper: Fedrigoni Area White Smooth 100 gr & 450 gr, paperback perfect binding

Around a Rome celebrated by classical iconography, the city of great beauty with a monumental and somewhat decadent charm, with its iconic places envied by the whole world, there is another city. Hidden and alien to tourist flows. An area inhabited and lived by more than half of Roman citizens. A chaotic city, often abusive. With its gates, railings, walls, trees, archaeological findings, cars, which overlap and merge in an extraordinary and unique visual chaos. It is the periphery. Indeed, the suburbs. Different from each other but all united by the same visual and architectural anarchy. In this work, which has unfolded for over two years along the perimeter of the city, the author has sought relationships, passages, dialogues, almost as if trying to put the chaos of reality in order.


More books by Massimo Siragusa

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Roma (signed)

by Massimo Siragusa


Photographs: Massimo Siragusa

Text: Giovanna Calvenzi, Tommaso Giagni, Ugo Gregoretti, Marco Maria Sambo

Publisher: Postcart

272 pages

Pictures: 184

Year: 2020

ISBN: 978-88-31363-22-8

Price: 55

Comments: 15 x 22 cm, texts: Italian, print run: 1000 copies, paper: Fedrigoni Area White Smooth 100 gr & 450 gr, paperback perfect binding

Around a Rome celebrated by classical iconography, the city of great beauty with a monumental and somewhat decadent charm, with its iconic places envied by the whole world, there is another city. Hidden and alien to tourist flows. An area inhabited and lived by more than half of Roman citizens. A chaotic city, often abusive. With its gates, railings, walls, trees, archaeological findings, cars, which overlap and merge in an extraordinary and unique visual chaos. It is the periphery. Indeed, the suburbs. Different from each other but all united by the same visual and architectural anarchy. In this work, which has unfolded for over two years along the perimeter of the city, the author has sought relationships, passages, dialogues, almost as if trying to put the chaos of reality in order.


More books by Massimo Siragusa

more books tagged »Italy« | >> see all

more books tagged »Italian« | >> see all

more books tagged »Rome« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com