100 delicious recipes from the expert hand of Molto’s chef Paolo Castrignano. A fascinating tribute to the best traditional Italian and Roman.
Hardcover, 17 x 24 cm, 264 Pages
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
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
The institutionalisation of spotted patterns in designer fashion is something that characterises the modern era. Modern fashion as inaugurated by haute couture, was bound to take an interest in the animal coat. Jungle.
Softcover, 23,5 x 20 cm, 116 pages
Change and Horizontals is the catalogue of the renowned global exhibition of the same name that showcased the masterpieces of Turner prize nominee, Sean Scully. The exhibition was on display at numerous leading galleries and museums around the world including the Timothy Taylor Gallery in London, the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, the Walter Storms Gallery in Munich, the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna in Rome and the The Drawing Center in New York.
Softcover, 15 x 23 cm, 112 pages
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
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
Ironic, aware of his talent, Elisa Montessori does elegantly “as if,” as if he had already received the due recognition or as if there was still time … But in parallel, another part of his personality, remained indomitable, shaky. It is a beautiful contrast that nourishes in her a truly admirable creative vitality.
Softcover, 22 x 30 cm, 94 pages
Motherland addresses the relationship between photography and territory in its deepest understanding, among authors and belonging to a place. The images that arise are born out of a growing need to look for their homeland: each responds in its own way, investigates its old or new lands, large or small, real or virtual, with personal visions, the result of the need to return or to get away. Motherland is an issue investigated and widespread in photography and the festival of Rome, from which the volume is born, researching today around the creation of ever new identities in a discovery and technology of the world, where, however, the strong need to investigate new territories; look for your own.
Softcover, 16 x 22,5 cm, 240 pages