N/A - AV0110
Presentation by the artist:
"Silvio Berlusconi is a very special character in Italian politics. Who votes him, loves him as he is.
And those who would never vote for him?
Two different worlds, placed face to face in a collection of portraits.
Berlusconians / No Berlusconians is a self-published and handmade book that shows two very italian humanities. In addition to the photographs, there are quotations from Berlusconi, expressing his opinion about these two worlds."
This book is designed with a Z-shape double-binding (see images) and presents the Italians voters separated in two groups along their position regarding Silvio Berlusconi.
Texts in English and Italian.
94 pages - Softcover
Self-published, 2011 (300 copies)
New - Mint condition
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