“Realities Hidden Within” by Andrea Torrei

Realities Hidden Within” is the first book of the Italian documentary photographer Andrea Torrei, with an introduction by Sandro Parmiggiani. Over 130 photographs narrate a long journey through different cultures.

NEW | A selection of five Fine Art photographs from “Realities Hidden Within” and signed by Andrea Torrei are now available for purchase, each with limited number of copies and no reprinting options.

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EDITIONS Black Edition, White Edition / EDITION Limited Edition / PAPER QUALITY Symbol Tatami by Fedrigoni / PAGES 184 / FORMAT Hardcover / SIZE 22×27 cm / PUBLISHER Eyeshot


Esclusive and Limited Deal

An exclusive and limited deal. With the purchase of a Fine Art Prints produced by Italian photographer Andrea Torrei, you will receive a free Black edition of Realities Hidden Within until supplies last.

Eyeshot strives to keep every publication limited-edition in quantity and quality.

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Limited Edition Fine Art Prints

A new way of experiencing photography.

Choose from a selection of five Fine Art Photographs. Each print is limitedsigned by the author, certified with an Eyeshot stamp and numbered by hand. The pieces are printed on Hahnemühle FineArt paper with pigment inks and tested for longevity. The prints are available in four different formats, each with a limited number of copies, no reprinting options, and a fixed price.

Get one-of-a-kind and never-before-printed Fine Art Print, and feel inspired by carefully crafted pieces that capture the mark of human life.

The Photographer

Andrea Torrei

Andrea Torrei (1967) is an Italian photographer based in Rome, Italy. Passionate about history, law, and politics, Andrea has worked for associations and NGOs to help women and children for several years. Her studies and background strongly shaped how she perceives the environment and photographs it. Her work often brought her to travel abroad.

The monograph

“Realities Hidden Within”

As the first book of the Italian photographer, “Realities Hidden Within” represents the ability to see beyond what is sanctioned as habitual. The photographs taken by Andrea Torrei bring us immediate impressions of colors, geometric proportions, and balances. They become metaphors for a profound sense of the universal human condition and challenge the sentimental education of the viewer.

In details

The photographic journey

Due to her background, Andrea Torrei has been involved for years in the problems of that suffering portion of humanity that inhabits a large part of our planet. The author was able to develop close relationships with people she met and places she visited through a deep immersion in the local culture, the efforts and sufferings of women and children. She gave herself up to photography and discovered the visible and mysterious realities hidden within.

The photographer's vision

“Street photography regards mainly people, the capture of a fleeting moment. A photo can be blurred, out of focus, and yet of strong and great impact.”