The Louis Vuitton Editions shows the astonishing dimension of the work of Oliviero Toscani. Far from advertising campaigns, the book recounts the clash between his photography and the landscape shaped by Alberto Burri, Cretto. From the use of the image as a shocking medium, from the clash between conventions and its provocative staging, from the exploitation of the media as an exhibition platform, there will be no word here. Cretto di Burri rather symbolizes a confrontation, a love duel between the landscape shaped by Burri and moving photography. His photography is close to the minimalism of Burri’s works of the […]
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