Leporello will curate Gibellina PhotoRoad bookshop with a special selection of books by the authors on show and not only!
The bookshop will be hosted by Fondazione Orestiadi, one of the festival's venues, and not only an incredible contemporary art space, but also the Orestiadi di Gibellina Festival venue during the same period of Gibellina Photo-Road. You'll find us there during the festival's opening days, but the bookshop will
Leporello will be at Cosmos – Arles with a pop-up table, the 4th of July, from 4 to 6 pm. We will bring with us a selection of limited edition books, and Elton Gllava will sign his brand new work Bulqizë.
"I realized that I went through periods in which I lived experiences that then led me to a different place, to new perspectives. An invented map of the sense of belonging finally showed its outlines even if imperfect, a sort of identity was defined despite its original intangible nature, the passing of time gave shape to a new alphabet and a new language, and stimulated a revelation: memory emerges, personal experience merges with something
In collaboration with CAMPO
On the occasion of the exhibition at CAMPO "Mr Bawa, I presume", in which the work of the architect and photographer Giovanna Silva on the architecture of Geoffrey Manning Bawa is presented, the books published by Giovanna Silva with Mousse and Motto books publishing houses will be on display at Leporello
Giovanna Silva lives and works in Milano. From 2005 to 2007 she contributed to the
The project started with a box of negatives Maria found at her parents’ house a few years ago. There were about 200 processed and unprocessed films, shot by her father. She excavated their contents, delving deeper into the lost images of her father’s life, to create her own stories by using these photographs he took before his marriage to her mother and her birth.She let myself enter into the world of a young
with Giammaria De Gasperis, Agnese Porto and Francesca Pignataro
The Black Issue
In Bridges, a section between the current issue and the next (Black and Pink Issue) Laura Pannack explores the issue of post Brexit separation, a phenomenon that has geopolitical, socio-economic and even emotional repercussions on people's lives. As always, the heart of the magazine are the five projects: Katrin Koenning and Sarker Protick establish a dreamlike visual dialogue