For Luigi Ghirri, photography is anything but a mold of conformity. Through his simple and avant-garde photographs, Ghirri presents the world in all its complexity while simultaneously making it clearer. His book Kodachrome, reissued this year by Mack, is a reflection not only on this inimitable brand of color film, but also on the history of photography, the proliferation of images and their uses.
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