Marco Delogu, Asinara

Marco Delogu Asinara - Kittesencula Ltd

In the images that Delogu has created, that which should be unheimlich, unfamiliar, or even distressing, because it is immersed in darkness, instead reveals itself a poetic set for a midsummer night’s dream, where the vibration and commotion of life have magically dwindled, the white roads are barely visible, the danger signals have been turned o  because there is no longer any danger, and men and animals can roam free and without fear. (Edoardo Albinati)
Hardcover, 38 x 26 cm, 72 Pages
Punctum
isbn 978-8895410-33-3

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

Ileana Florescu, Russell Banks, Io e Calliope. Fotoromanzi

In his introduction to the book, Russell Banks writes: “Photoromances, of course, are not the point of arrival but the indispensable starting point.” Using the format and technique of the photojournalist, Ileana Florescu has translated into images of selected dialogues and extrapolated from twelve masterpieces of Italian and foreign literature, from Don Quixote to Delitto and Punishment, from The Sentimental Education to The Impeccable Man, from Master Father to The Animal Farm. Thus, twelve double pages address the theme of love, inner and generational conflicts, listening needs, bourgeois hypocrisy, the theme of censorship and dictatorship, constantly referring to staff at the universe and vice versa.
Softcover, 23 x 33 cm, 140 pages
Elliot Edizioni
isbn: 978-8861922-95-2

Paolo Picozza

This catalogue has been published in occasion of the first important exhibition in a public museum dedicated to Paolo Picozza, three years after his death. The catalogue is introduced by the critic and artist Achille Bonito Oliva who is also the curator for the book. In the 112 pages of the catalogue there are 67 images of Picozza’s painting, some of them also unpublished before.
Softcover, 30 x 30 cm, 140 pages
Punctum Press
isbn: 978-88-95410-20-4