Fulvio Roiter (Bilingual edition)

High-Rise New York

Fulvio Roiter  (Bilingual edition)
Victoria Noel-Johnson, Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo, Fondazione Fulvio Roiter
RRP:
NZ$ 65.00
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NZ$ 52.00
Hardback
h300 x 200mm - 128pg
7 Jul 2022 IT
International import eta 7-19 days
9788857247168
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Published to mark the 20th anniversary of September 11, 2001, Fulvio Roiter: High-Rise New York celebrates the city and people of New York. Consisting of over 60 colour photographs taken during 1984-1998 by the internationally-acclaimed Italian photographer Fulvio Roiter (1926-2016), they illustrate the traits of beauty, strength, resilience and hope with a sense of poignant immediacy and timeless elegance. They recall a New York that once was, its instantly recognizable skyline irreparably and arbitrarily altered by the tragic set of events that unfolded just a few years afterwards. They collectively present a New York City over an imaginary 24-hour period, key historical events such as the immigration surge of the late 19th century and the 9/11 attacks subtly woven into the volume' s poetic narrative with sensitivity and respect. As New York emerges from yet another life-changing experience caused by the Covid-19 global pandemic, Roiter' s intimate portrait of New York and its inhabitants stands as a stoic reminder of life after death, of light after darkness.
Victoria Noel-Johnson is an independent British art historian and curator, specialising in early 20th century European art, with expert knowledge of Giorgio de Chirico (1888-1978). Her keen interest in archive-led research, which focuses on the reconstruction of important European art collections and exhibitions, forms the basis of recent and forthcoming publications and projects.

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