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“Peripheral Visions” gathers photographers who have examined the liminal zones postwar developments created in Italy—places neither wealthy nor extremely poor, not quite suburban yet with enough wildness to offset their urban density.
Published in Artforum, February 2009. To learn more about the book that accompanied this exhibition, click here. This was Italian photographer Luigi Ghirri’s first New York solo exhibition in over seven years, and coincided with Aperture’s publication of the first English-language monograph dedicated to the artist. Ghirri, who worked consistently from the early 1970s until [...]