Renato D'agostin - Kapadokya (Signed copy)

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Renato D'agostin - Kapadokya (Signed copy)

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Title: Kapadokya

Photographer: Renato D'agostin

Text: Luigi Cerantola

ISBN: 978-8890913921

Year: 2015

Book format: Hardback, clothbound, 33.8 × 24.5 cm, 48 pp.

Notes: signed

About the book:

Kapadokya is the third chapter of Nomadic Editions, a series of books in which italian photographer Renato D'Agostin explores a subject for as long as a tourist would visit a location or experience an event, without going back. A one-time experience in which the moment becomes the only possibility. Following Etna (Nomadic Editions, 2013) and Acrobats (Nomadic Editions, 2014), Kapadokya continues D'Agostin's exploration.

D’agostin photographed stunning nature of Kapadokya while riding through the region on his motorcycle. In front of his lens, the remote place in Turkey becomes almost a different planet or a portal into a breathtaking world of shadows and geometric shapes.

The photographer works with Leica M6 and Nikon F100. All the prints were made in D’agostin’s darkroom in New York. Grainy, mysterious and deeply personal the photographs become a very unique guide into one of the most beautiful places in the world.

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