Alcina

by Graziella Antonini


Photographs: Graziella Antonini

Text: Célia Houdart

Publisher: NEAR/Till Schaap Edition

80 pages

Pictures: 50

Year: November 2015

ISBN: 978-3-03828-055-2

Price: 24

Comments: Softcover, 22 x 17 cm

Aclina, the first publication by photographer Graziella Antonini, includes an essay by French author Célia Houdart. Graziella Antonini realizes poetic images that subtly play with the viewer's interpretation. Stimulation is an important element throughout her work, combining portraits, landscapes, interior scenes, and close-ups of objects. Real or fictive mingles travel, as well as memories and dreams, to create a universe of mental images in a geographic diversity, in which different worlds intersect. The photographs invite us to be "somewhere a body and elsewhere with their thoughts."

Graziella Antonini titled Alcina (I to V) various projects, divided into groups of images, which are variable depending on the intention, which they developed. Alcina is a "collection of images whose individuality, through their format, through the angle of exposure or their effect, fits into an overall picture like a painting, the encounter of a sense of reality with an indefinable impression of hallucination each of us slumbers. "


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Alcina

by Graziella Antonini


Photographs: Graziella Antonini

Text: Célia Houdart

Publisher: NEAR/Till Schaap Edition

80 pages

Pictures: 50

Year: November 2015

ISBN: 978-3-03828-055-2

Price: 24

Comments: Softcover, 22 x 17 cm

Aclina, the first publication by photographer Graziella Antonini, includes an essay by French author Célia Houdart. Graziella Antonini realizes poetic images that subtly play with the viewer's interpretation. Stimulation is an important element throughout her work, combining portraits, landscapes, interior scenes, and close-ups of objects. Real or fictive mingles travel, as well as memories and dreams, to create a universe of mental images in a geographic diversity, in which different worlds intersect. The photographs invite us to be "somewhere a body and elsewhere with their thoughts."

Graziella Antonini titled Alcina (I to V) various projects, divided into groups of images, which are variable depending on the intention, which they developed. Alcina is a "collection of images whose individuality, through their format, through the angle of exposure or their effect, fits into an overall picture like a painting, the encounter of a sense of reality with an indefinable impression of hallucination each of us slumbers. "


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Alcina

by Graziella Antonini


Photographs: Graziella Antonini

Text: Célia Houdart

Publisher: NEAR/Till Schaap Edition

80 pages

Pictures: 50

Year: November 2015

ISBN: 978-3-03828-055-2

Price: 24

Comments: Softcover, 22 x 17 cm

Aclina, the first publication by photographer Graziella Antonini, includes an essay by French author Célia Houdart. Graziella Antonini realizes poetic images that subtly play with the viewer's interpretation. Stimulation is an important element throughout her work, combining portraits, landscapes, interior scenes, and close-ups of objects. Real or fictive mingles travel, as well as memories and dreams, to create a universe of mental images in a geographic diversity, in which different worlds intersect. The photographs invite us to be "somewhere a body and elsewhere with their thoughts."

Graziella Antonini titled Alcina (I to V) various projects, divided into groups of images, which are variable depending on the intention, which they developed. Alcina is a "collection of images whose individuality, through their format, through the angle of exposure or their effect, fits into an overall picture like a painting, the encounter of a sense of reality with an indefinable impression of hallucination each of us slumbers. "


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com