Dusha - Anima Russa

by Davide Monteleone


Photographs: Davide Monteleone

Publisher: Postcart

128 pages

Year: 2007

ISBN: 978-888-6795-33-3

Price: 35

Comments: Hardcover, 22 x 22cm

This books sets out to describe Russia's heart and soul (Dusha). Between 2002 and 2007, Davide Monteleone travelled across many ex-Soviet republics, capturing the melancholy, joy, and solitude of Russian people. That famous spirit, imperceptible and indefinable, is revealed iconographically and poetically in this series of photographs that are distant yet intimate at the same time.

Davide Monteleone (b. 1974) started his photographic career in 2000, when he became an editorial photographer in Contrasto. The next year he moved to Moscow as a correspondent. This decision determined his ensuing career. Since 2003, Monteleone has lived between Italy and Russia, pursuing long-term personal projects. He published his first book Dusha, Russian Soul in 2007, followed by La Linea Inesistente, in 2009, and Red Thistle in 2012.


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Dusha - Anima Russa

by Davide Monteleone


Photographs: Davide Monteleone

Publisher: Postcart

128 pages

Year: 2007

ISBN: 978-888-6795-33-3

Price: 35

Comments: Hardcover, 22 x 22cm

This books sets out to describe Russia's heart and soul (Dusha). Between 2002 and 2007, Davide Monteleone travelled across many ex-Soviet republics, capturing the melancholy, joy, and solitude of Russian people. That famous spirit, imperceptible and indefinable, is revealed iconographically and poetically in this series of photographs that are distant yet intimate at the same time.

Davide Monteleone (b. 1974) started his photographic career in 2000, when he became an editorial photographer in Contrasto. The next year he moved to Moscow as a correspondent. This decision determined his ensuing career. Since 2003, Monteleone has lived between Italy and Russia, pursuing long-term personal projects. He published his first book Dusha, Russian Soul in 2007, followed by La Linea Inesistente, in 2009, and Red Thistle in 2012.


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Dusha - Anima Russa

by Davide Monteleone


Photographs: Davide Monteleone

Publisher: Postcart

128 pages

Year: 2007

ISBN: 978-888-6795-33-3

Price: 35

Comments: Hardcover, 22 x 22cm

This books sets out to describe Russia's heart and soul (Dusha). Between 2002 and 2007, Davide Monteleone travelled across many ex-Soviet republics, capturing the melancholy, joy, and solitude of Russian people. That famous spirit, imperceptible and indefinable, is revealed iconographically and poetically in this series of photographs that are distant yet intimate at the same time.

Davide Monteleone (b. 1974) started his photographic career in 2000, when he became an editorial photographer in Contrasto. The next year he moved to Moscow as a correspondent. This decision determined his ensuing career. Since 2003, Monteleone has lived between Italy and Russia, pursuing long-term personal projects. He published his first book Dusha, Russian Soul in 2007, followed by La Linea Inesistente, in 2009, and Red Thistle in 2012.


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