Luigi Ghirri: It's Beautiful Here, Isn't It...

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Luigi Ghirri was an extraordinary photographer, as well as a writer and curator whose career was so rich and varied that it seems like a lesson in the contemporary history of the medium. Although well known in his native Italy, Ghirri does not yet have the international audience his work merits--perhaps because he died so young. "It's Beautiful Here, Isn't It..."--the first book published on Ghirri in the U.S.--will establish him as the seminal artist he was. Uncannily prescient, Ghirri shared the sensibility of what became known in the U.S. as the New Color and the New Topographics movements before they had even been named. Like his counterparts in Italian cinema, Ghirri believed that the local and the universal were inseparable and that life's polarities--love and hate, present and past--were equally compelling. Not surprisingly, his interests encompassed all the arts: he worked in Giorgio Morandi's studio and with architect Aldo Rossi, while influencing a generation of photographers, including Olivo Barbieri and Martin Parr. This dynamic new book includes a selection of Ghirri's essays published in English for the first time, as well as a selected chronology.

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Celant, Germano
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Descrizione libro Aperture, 2008. Hardcover. Condizione: Very Good. 1597110582 Hardcover in dust jacket. Very good condition. Codice articolo SKU1007816

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Ghirri, Luigi
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Descrizione libro Aperture, 2008. Hardcover. Condizione: Fine. Condizione sovraccoperta: fine. First Edition, First Printing. Aperture, 2008. Hardcover in pictorial dust jacket. First Edition, First Printing. 152 pages with numerous color photographic images throughout by Luigi Ghirri. A beautiful book and highly recommended. Book Condition: Fine tight, clean copy. Codice articolo 2126

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GHIRRI, Luigi, CELANT, Germano, EGGLESTON, William, GHIRRI, Paola
Editore: Aperture Foundation, Inc, New York (2008)
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Descrizione libro Aperture Foundation, Inc, New York, 2008. Hardcover. Condizione: As New. Condizione sovraccoperta: As New. 1st Edition. First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Brown cloth-covered boards with title debossed on cover and spine; with photographically illustrated dust jacket. Photographs and text by Luigi Ghirri. Preface by William Eggleston. Essays by Germano Celant and Paola Ghirri. Includes a chronology, exhibition history and bibliography. 152 pp., with numerous four-color plates. As New in As New dust jacket. From the publisher: "Luigi Ghirri was an extraordinary photographer, as well as a writer and curator whose career was so rich and varied that it seems like a lesson in the contemporary history of the medium. Although well known in his native Italy, Ghirri does not yet have the international audience his work merits--perhaps because he died so young. It's Beautiful Here, Isn't It.--the first book published on Ghirri in the U.S.--will establish him as the seminal artist he was. Uncannily prescient, Ghirri shared the sensibility of what became known in the U.S. as the New Color and the New Topographics movements before they had even been named. Like his counterparts in Italian cinema, Ghirri believed that the local and the universal were inseparable and that life's polarities--love and hate, present and past--were equally compelling. Not surprisingly, his interests encompassed all the arts: he worked in Giorgio Morandi's studio and with architect Aldo Rossi, while influencing a generation of photographers, including Olivo Barbieri and Martin Parr. This dynamic new book includes a selection of Ghirri's essays published in English for the first time, as well as a selected chronology.". Codice articolo 113022

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