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March 2022

On the road Thursday April 7th, Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th,

Leporello goes to Cagliari, at Cultína’s, for a talk, a workshop and its bookshop on the road!

From April 8th to the 10th, 9 am - 8 pm, you can enjoy a selection of books from Leporello bookshop, right in front of Cultìna, via Giardini 156 b On April 8th Talk - Publishing and photography A conversation about the possibilities of the world of paper and photographic language. Guests: Chiara Capodici, Marcello Cualbu, Luca Spano, Alessandro Toscano. Following: Presentation of the bookshop Leporello on the road hosted by Cultìna un

March 2022

Presentation Thursday 17th March,

Book presentation: Paolo Di Lucente, Rome published by VEII with Paolo and Valerio Di Lucente

Rome is the name of many cities in the United States, cities that share only a name, with little resembling the grandeur of the eternal city across the Atlantic. Paolo Di Lucente’s research began during a visit to Rome in New York State, which along with its counterpart in Georgia, is one of the largest cities by extension. The chance encounter with a municipal officer reveals a historical conjuncture: the donation by Mus

March 2022

Presentation Saturday March 12th,

Book presentation Gianpaolo Arena,A Folktale from Vietnam published by The Velvet Cell with Gianpaolo Arena and Fabio Severo

A Folktale from Vietnam - Speeding Motorcycles and Roasted Lemongrass is the result of 8 years of research through a series of photographs taken in Vietnam in 2013, 2015 and 2018.Both the photographs and the essays examine the complex link between landscape and civilization. In this branching sequence of urban sprawl, places and portraits we can encounter the co-presence of periods and cultures that sometimes collide, sometimes mix. This project captures fragments of rituals and different ways of living i

February 2022

ExhibitionThrough the book(s) Thursday 3rd and Tuesday 8th March, 7 pm,

Who owns the cities? Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber. An exhibit, a book display, a workshop, and an exhibition of fanzines by workshop students

Door and Leporello photobooks et al. have invited Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber to work between the two spaces, creating an exhibition and a book display at the bookstore about their artistic journey, as well as their suggestions and inspirations related to the theme of the city. Moreover, they will be holding a workshop -also on the theme of the city- at Door.The workshop will be introduced by an open talk at Leporello.Th

January 2022

Presentation Thursday, February 10th,

Jhalak, by Ilaria Magliocchetti Lombi Book presentation and exhibition opening curated by RVM HUB

Jhalak is the Hindi term that we translate as "glimpse".Jhalak is just that, a glimpse, that of Ilaria Magliocchetti Lombi, of India, the result of the last of her many trips to that multiform and complex land. In Jhalak's India, black and white, the grain and the contrasts, suggest feelings more than telling facts, they almost tactilely express the pastiness of the places, their materiality, the clothes and the skin of the people. Vasco Bro

December 2021

Presentation Tuesday December 21st,

Presentation Maria Di Stefano’s fanzine THIS IS US with Maria Di Stefano and Donato Loforese, Studio Co-Co

This Is Us is a photographic project conceived by multimedia artist Maria Di Stefano, curated by Veronica He. The of the thirty portraits depict adolescent girls and boys, born or raised in Italy by parents of different origins, who tell the city and reveal themselves in it. This Is Us wants to give voice to their bureaucratic limbo - only when they reach the age of majority can they apply for Italian citizenship - publicly affirming the complexity