Giancarlo De Carlo: l'architetto di Urbino is the result of a research coordinated by Emanuele Piccardo together with Gianluca Annibali, Franco Bunčuga, Laura Baratin, Andrea Canziani, Lorenza Comino, Alice Devecchi, Francesca Gasparetto, Lorenzo Mingardi, Marco Scarpinato and Andrea Vergano. Carlo Bo, Rector of Università degli Studi di Urbino, involve Giancarlo De Carlo in designing the faculty seats in the Renaissance buildings. De Carlo expands his activity with the project of the first Urb
The book presents almost in its entirety a private archive of photographs of Salvatore M.’s widow. This man was an employee at the Minsitry of Home Affairs in Rome. Most of these family photos show the civil servant in individual portraits. The idea to make a book about this archive replies to the necessity to understand the relationship between social persona sand private life, how photographic utterances are presented and how they are
5 Variations around the Earth
After the presentation of the first 2 books of the series, Blanco, by Elton Gllava and Finisterrae, by Michele Palazzi, Leporello and Origini presents their third publication: vialattea, by Ilias Georgiadis
"My remains pass by And I see the stars It’s just the smell Of soil and iron that make
- the sea calms me down, at night Those days melted Like the sun At
During the presention, Antonio Brizioli will talk about Lezioni di Anarchia, a project started from different meetings place in front of Edicola 518.Edicola 518 is a news-stand in the historic centre of Perugia. It provides an international books selection, especially about art, design, architecture, philosophy, food and anarchy.
Leporello presents a selection of Italian photobooks.
On the occasion of the exhibition of Villa Massimo German Academy in Rome fellows Leporello presents a series of Italian publications, taking inspiration from the work presented by Erik Göngrich in our bookshop.Works on Rome and on the cities, related to our wounded landscape and to the history of typography.Moreover, there will be a series of books printed in silkscren by