Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri
Notte (Association copy)

Photographs: Olivo Barbieri

Text: Guy Mandéry

Publisher: Art&

128 pages

Year: 1991

Price: 75

Comments: Softcover, 29x 28 cm. Text in Italian. Inscribed to Eric Perrot the year following the publication. Some wears to cover otherwise in good condition.

Italian artist Olivo Barbieri is known for creating photographs that destabilize our understanding of humankind’s relationship to both urban and natural environments

“Olivo Barbieri does not use flash, color photography, and is not interested in people of the night.
However, like Brassaï, he uses the night to highlight something that we come into contact with every day and that we hide. Brassaï sheds light on a little-known part of social reality, Barbieri reveals the forgotten and hidden aspects of our environment.

Of this incredible entanglement of stones, iron, and threads in which we live, he shows the chaotic, terrifying, absurd, sometimes derisory, rarely moving character. It highlights what does not appear to us, or no longer appears to us, during our diurnal agitation. Using streetlamps like so many operating lights, the photographer draws up the clinical state of our urban space ”-

Excerpt from the  text“ The theater of crime ”by Guy Mandery


Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

Olivo Barbieri,Notte (Association copy)

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