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Connection 2

Connection #2 A5 zine, color works stapled SOLDOUT Andrea Taurisano and Gabriele Lopez “I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.” Henry David Thoreau I couldn’t wait for this moment, today. I am keeping far from the crowd recently. Talking especially about photographers. Not that I really have something against, I just got bored of this race on visibility and presence. I answer with silence as a resistance act to this noise and wannabe mood. I decided anyway to have a late afternoon break from work to see an exhibition of a photographer I knew almost nothing about. The project looked interesting, it was presented with discretion, that’s what I love. It was a diary-based story, intimate and silent from Michiko Chiyoda. I stepped out from home as it was already getting dark. Cars were passing by as a slow river, I che

Grido Taciuto + Recovered Frames

Grido Taciuto + Recovered Frames 10€ A touching analog camera work by Karimava Hulnaza on memory, family and Identity. A deep journey inside love, family, memory and search. Available in both ‘zines and a darkroom printed collector’s edition.

Connection #1

Connection #1 SOLDOUT 2-21 Andrea Taurisano (Norway) 22-36 Gabriele Lopez (Italy) 25 copies. Connection is an ongoing collaborative project between different photographers.

Broken Poems Book Project

BROKEN POEMS Broken Poems was the first book for this adventure. 70+pages on coated paper, a 3 years journey towards a new vision in photography… Now SOLD OUT was available in both artist book with prints edition and book only. Edition of 150 books. Find a good place close to the sea and look at pictures. Memories. Fragile thoughts and sensation disappear silently far from crowds and noise. Open my eyes so I can see and be in love. Black is the night. Encounters, keys, changes, escape. So quiet that you could see through it. Diary. No fear.

Time Keeper

Time Keeper by Gabriele Lopez Published in 2015, 172 pages on Cyclus paper, A5 SOLD OUT I find myself awake at night wandering home(s) and memories, looking for connections I open a box full of my school stuff from my age as a child that my father gave me… I keep looking at a recent picture that I took at my parents garden. and I realize that I’m becoming more and more like him. Dust covers memories and pictures are time keepers, helping me to balance Birth, goodbyes, death, flashbacks and escape. Imaginary landscapes. Time expand and disappears. How long is now?

Tokyo 2014

Tokyo 2014, not for sale, private collection artist book