FIVE ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, FIVE ARCHITECTURAL ICONS
This box set offers a view inside the creative processes of five photographers who have dedicated themselves to this broad field of spatial studies.
Fabrizio Fioravanti (Rome) reveals an icon of the late Roman Renaissance: the small church in Via Flaminia by Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola, often called Vignola, one of the great Italian architects of 16th century;
Johannes Marburg (Geneva) shoots La Tulipe, the brutal but yet delicate masterpiece of Jack Bertoli;
Johnny Umans (Destelbergen) crosses the Labyrinth, a one-kilometer sculptural steel maze realized by Gijs van Vaerenbergh, a collaboration of Belgian architects and artists Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout van Vaerenbergh;
Mario Ferrara (Naples) offers us his look to an architectural icon of the '90, the Piraeus Housing Block in Amsterdam by Hans Kollhoff and Christian Rapp;
Nicolò Galeazzi (Brescia) reveals a Renaissance Masterpiece: the Tempietto di San Pietro in Montorio in Rome by Donato Bramante.