Phenomenology of the catalogue Up until a few days ago an exhibition catalogue would have been considered just as the catalogue of an exhibition. A catalogue intended to be flipped through and put in the bookcase. Indeed, what once seemed normal, looks like an event now. And the sense of catalogue itself changes, too. It becomes an “event” able to ideally take us out of the walls of our house at this particular time. I’m just looking through L’altra macchina. Un industriale biellese e l’affermazione della fotografia in Italia / The Other Machine. An Industrialist from Biella and the Affirmation...
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