GABRIELE BASILICO, Mosca verticale

Gabriele Basilico (Milan 1944 – 2013).
The photographer’s point of view is here as precious as ever, sought, designed long and, incredibly, oblique. From the top of seven towers, majestic buildings built by Stalin between the 1940s and 1950s, Moscow appears infinite.
Architectural and urban photographic documentary, which unites in an unprecedented way the use of color and black and white.

2008
with texts by Umberto Zanetti, Alessandro De Magistris, Christian Caujolle, Gabriel Bauret (Italian)
160 pages
Federico Motta Ed.

 55,00

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