Guy Tillim, Cagliari-Kittesencula

Guy Tillim, Cagliari

Guy Tillim is a great figure of the contemporary South-African photographic scene. He began as a young reporter in the 1980’s, when he became aware of photography
September 01, 2018
Marco Delogu, Asinara-Kittesencula

Marco Delogu, Asinara

In the images that Delogu has created, that which should be unheimlich, unfamiliar, or even distressing, because it is immersed in darkness, instead reveals itself a poetic...
November 02, 2017
Anders Petersen Rome Punctum Press Kittesencula

Anders Petersen, Rome

Anders Petersen is one of the most influential European photographers since the publication of Café Lehmitz in the '70s, with his intimate and direct images. In this volume are collected photos of his three trips to Rome in 1984...
October 24, 2017
Alec Soth La Belle Dame Sans Merci Punctum Press Kittesencula

Alec Soth, La Belle Dame Sans Merci

Alec Soth joins the city of Rome in a visual and space-worn itinerary in space and time with John Keats's poem, leaving the English poet to guide the photographer's eye. 
September 24, 2017
Tim Davis, Quinto Quarto-Kittesencula

Tim Davis, Quinto Quarto

Tim Davis is an American visual artist, musician and poet. His photographic work delves into formal aspects of photography (light and abstraction) as well as socially engaged documentary.
November 02, 2014
Guy Tillim, Joburg: Points of View-Kittesencula

Guy Tillim, Joburg: Points of View

Guy Tillim is a great figure of the contemporary South-African photographic scene. He began as a young reporter in the 1980’s, when he became aware of photography...
November 02, 2012
Lee Miller, Tony Vaccaro, Scatti di Guerra-Kittesencula

Lee Miller, Tony Vaccaro, Scatti di Guerra

Lee Miller arrived in Normandy twenty days after D-Day as a correspondent for the American army, accredited after being turned down curtly by the British High Command...
November 02, 2010
Guy Tillim, Roma Città di Mezzo-Kittesencula

Guy Tillim, Roma Città di Mezzo

Guy Tillim is a great figure of the contemporary South-African photographic scene. He began as a young reporter in the 1980’s, when he became aware of photography...
November 02, 2010
Elisa Montessori, Anne Marie Sauzeau: Sotto il Segno di Dafne-Kittesencula

Elisa Montessori, Anne Marie Sauzeau: Sotto il Segno di Dafne

Coherent with the rest of her opus, these works are inspired in colours and techniques by the Asian culture, with a particular focus on the delicate butterflies and the famous classic myth on Daphne.
November 02, 2006