Keffer, The Night Day

A Story About The Other Side
Night, a place inhabited by an unknown wildlife. A mixture that is not found anywhere else. Often hidden underground, emerging rarely during the day, people are living against time and against a system, for a lifetime or for some hours. A world inside another world. Some come to work, others for fun, the night is fast, while few change overnight, people leave, come back, hide, change their appearance.
Hardcover, 19 x 27 cm, 200 pages
Drago
isbn: 978-88-98565-29-0

Cross The Streets

KITTESENCULA

Cross the Streets is a multimedia exhibition that celebrates 40 years of the evolution of street art in Rome. No other city has such an untouched history and so it is fitting that Rome begins its cultural regeneration from its streets and its past.
Softcover / Hardcover, 23 x 28 cm, 288 pages
Drago
isbn: 978-88-98565-22-1 

The Street is Watching

KITTESENCULA

The Street is Watching is a street photography anthology that brings together the most iconic images of the street from the last 40 years. The collection provides a unique and extensive insight into the evolution of the street and urban photography through the lens of some of the most innovative and influential photographers of our time.
Hardcover, 24 x 34 cm, 440 pages
Drago
isbn: 978-88-8849-394-7

Letizia Battaglia, Just for Passion

Drago is delighted to feature Letizia Battaglia for the second time following the success of her Anthology. The Sicilian photographer’s new book, Just For Passion, catalogues her exhibition at Rome’s MAXXI National Museum of the 21st Century Arts.
Hardcover, 24 x 32 cm, 140 pages
Drago
isbn: 978-8898565-20-7

Estevan Oriol, LA Portraits

In LA Portraits, the internationally celebrated photographer, Estevan Oriol, explores the vibrant gang culture pervading the City of Angels. The book follows its immensely popular predecessor, LA Woman in its ability to capture an authentic view of the people of Los Angeles.
Hardcover, 24 x 31 cm, 140 pages
Drago
isbn: 978-8888493-89-3

Stefano Canto, Concrete Archive

Matèria is pleased to invite you to the launch of Stefano Canto’s monograph ‘Concrete Archive’ and to the preview of ‘Structure’, Canto’s latest video work. The publication surveys the Artist’s practice and is accompanied by a series of texts from a number of chosen art critics.
Softcover 17 x 24 cm, 128 pages
Drago
isbn: 978-8898-565-16-0