The 2012 Pirelli Calendar was previewed earlier this week by the world media, international guests and collectors at “The Armory”, the 19th century New York City military landmark. The 39th issue of ‘The Cal™’ is the work of Mario Sorrenti, the first Italian photographer in the history of a calendar that has become a cult. Neapolitan by birth and New Yorker by adoption, Sorrenti chose the island of Corsica and its rugged landscape to create his ‘swoon’: ecstasy captured by images.
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