In the sequel to Remains of Empire, where he froze the ruins of the French colonial empire, photographer Thomas Jorion offers with Veduta a dive into an Italy of another time. Palaces, gardens, masserias, summer resorts, the photographer has crisscrossed Italy from north to south for nearly ten years to find these mysterious and silent boxes for which nobody cares...
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