Publisher's presentation :
"Tangenziale is the inner city highway in Milan. Thousands of people travel on this road every day. Looking ahead. The end in view. Tempo, tempo.
Many times Alex Pardi went to the Tangenziale and photographed. On the street, under bridges, in the terrain vague around it. A piece of Tangenziale is in every picture. But actually that's not the point here. Alex Pardi was there when no one else was around. In the dim light, the haze and the early morning mist. He has not photographed the street or the construction, but a feeling. Namely the feeling that time stands still, just for you, for a moment, that may expand forever and change your life, because it's so damn real, awakens a million instincts and provides clarity. You are, alone, but in the world.
Giorgio Gaber has once dedicated his song L'illogica allegria to this feeling. The text written by Sandro Luporini now accompanies Alex Pardi's pictures in this book: « alone / traveling the highway / in the first light of dawn... »
80 pages - Hardcover
Peperoni Books, 2015
New - Mint condition
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