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Armando Furia del Quadraro

Armando, la Furia del Quadraro

The context in which the project develops is the popular gym of the Quadraro Boxe in the southern suburbs of Rome; the protagonist of its history is the boxer Armando Casamonica.
Pasolini – Ipotesi di raffigurazione

Pasolini – Ipotesi di raffigurazione

Pier Paolo Pasolini, (born March 5, 1922, Bologna, Italy—died Nov. 2, 1975, Ostia, near Rome), Italian motion-picture director, poet, and novelist, noted for his socially critical, stylistically unorthodox films.
Swoon, The Red Skein-Kittesencula

Swoon, The Red Skein

Caledonia Curry, whose work appears under the name Swoon, is a Brooklyn-based artist and is widely known as the first woman to gain large-scale recognition in the male-dominated world of street art.
Alettone-A Coeur Ouvert - Drago - Nancy - Scavalli Design

Alëxone Dizac, A Cœur Ouvert

Alexandre Dizac, known as Alëxone Dizac, is a French artist who lives and works between Paris, Ivry and the rest of the world. Since the early 1990s, he has developed a fantastic and colorful universe...
Jago Artist

Jago, The Exhibition

Jago is an Italian artist who operates in the field of video sculpture and production. He was born in Frosinone (Italy) in 1987, where he attended the art school and then the Academy of Fine Arts (left in 2010).
Giuseppe Loy, Una Certa Italia

Giuseppe Loy, Una Certa Italia

Una Certa Italia is the first volume that collects the most significant photographs of Giuseppe Loy taken between 1959 and 1981. The Giuseppe Loy archive, after...
Mohamed Keita Rome 10/20

Mohamed Keita, Rome 10/20

"This was all I had, this image represents two points at the same time, coming and going." With simple words and of rare intensity, the Ivorian photographer Mohamed Keita describes the first photo of his Rome 10/20 project...

David Butow, Brink

David Butow has been a professional photojournalist for three decades. His pictures have appeared in many publications around the world including National Geographic, TIME and Paris Match...
Janette Beckman, Rebels, From Punk to Dior-Kittesencula

Janette Beckman, Rebels, From Punk to Dior

British-born photographer Janette Beckman began her career at the dawn of punk rock working for publications such as The Face and Melody Maker. She shot bands from The Clash to Boy George as well as three Police ...
Boogie Neapolis Drago Publisher Kittesencula Napoli Naples

Boogie, Neapolis

Neapolis is a photographic book about a city that has never been seen, unexpected and unknown. “I always get lost because I don’t have a good sense of orientation. So I let myself go and start shooting. 
Brad Mirman, Street Life-Kittesencula

Brad Mirman, Street Life

Brad Mirman has always been an avid Street Photographer and after a successful career as a screenwriter and director he decided to travel the world and to photograph all its different Street cultures.
B.A.D. Beautiful and Determined-Kittesencula

B.A.D. Beautiful and Determined

B.A.D. Beautiful and Determined. Erika Z. Figabomba and Alessandra Tisato drove from Nevada to the Bay Area taking over 10.000 photos of beautiful, powerful women...