Renato D’agostin - Archaeologies: Los Angeles (Signed copy)

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Renato D’agostin - Archaeologies: Los Angeles (Signed copy)

150.00

Title: Archaeologies: Los Angeles

Photographer: Renato D’agostin

Text: Norman Klein

Design: Blok Design

Book Format: Hardcover, 48.2 x 25.2 cm, 79 pp.

Publisher: Furlined

About the book:

Italian photographer Renato D’agostin is a real fan of LA, as he sees the city as a place of instinct, a crossroad between worlds. illuminating the relationship between architecture and humanity, D’agostin creates an intuitive emotional narrative of one of the greatest cities on the planet with the use of aerial and street photography. Every photo in the project has deep shades of black-and-white which gives a sunny Los Angeles this cinematic neo-noir look.

Accompanying D’Agostin’s photographs is an essay by celebrated critic, urban and media historian, and novelist Norman Klein. Having authored several seminal books on the subject of LA, he now explores light as an invisible yet omnipresent character in our collective memory.

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