Morandi's Objects

Joel Meyerowitz



Format/ハードカバー   Pages/113   Size/323*260*20
A photo collection of Joel Myrowitz, a representative of American new color photography. Myrowitz, who was shocked by work with Robert Frank, who worked as an art director, was a photographer. Since then, he has challenged color photography of streets and landscapes, has established a solid position as a color photographer since the 70s, and has released masterpieces such as “Cape Light” and “Wild Flowers”. This book is a collection of photographs published in 2015, based on an exhibition held in Italy. Still Life, who visited the Bologna atelier of Giorgio Morandi, one of Italy's leading painters, photographed vases, jugs, cans and other objects owned by Morandi. There have been photographers who have photographed Morandi's atelier, including Luigi Gilli, but most of them featured illustrations depicting Morandi's footprints and the atmosphere of the atelier. Myrowitz looks carefully at the objects Morandi stared every day in the same way as a photographer, and carefully shoots the beauty born from the outside and inside like a portrait.
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