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      57,90

      PRODUCT DETAILS
      Copies: 500
      Edition: Limited Edition, Numbered and Signed
      Number of pages: 220
      Dimensions: 21×27 cm
      Street Photographers: 160
      Editor and Curator: Marco Savarese
      Cover: Dimitris Makrygiannakis
      Paper Quality: Fedrigoni X-PER Premium Quality

      EYESHOT “FLORA AND FAUNA”
      Copies: 500
      Edition: LIMITED EDITION, NUMBERED AND SIGNED
      Number of pages: 166
      Dimensions: 21X27 CM
      Street Photographers: 130
      Paper Quality: FEDRIGONI X-PER PREMIUM QUALITY

      PRE-ORDERING THESE ISSUES NOW, YOU WILL GET A SPECIAL GIFT: 3 LIMITED EDITION POSTCARDS FROM THE EYESHOT MAGAZINE ISSUE 4, “STREET FASHION, HAND-NUMBERED AND SIGNED BY THE AUTHORS!

    • LIMITED EDITION
      28,00

      On this issue of Eyeshot, Marco Savarese throws down a challenge to Charalampos Kydonakis, Rammy Narula, Ania Klosek, Jesse Marlow and Maciej Dakowicz: to talk about Flora and Fauna through street photography.
      Nature and animals are undisputed protagonists in art, from Palaeolithic cave paintings up to Maurizio Cattelan’s avant-garde provocations. But how can street photography, which is intrusive, frenetic and eager for contemporaneity, talk about something that lives without being aware of the era it belongs to?
      Can such an art, that lives thanks to the moment, represent timeless forms of life?
      The lesson you learn from Flora and Fauna is the ability to adapt to a world that flows so fast and selfishly, that you forgot who was occupying it before us.

    • DIGITAL
      14,90

      On this issue of Eyeshot, Marco Savarese throws down a challenge to Charalampos Kydonakis, Rammy Narula, Ania Klosek, Jesse Marlow and Maciej Dakowicz: to talk about Flora and Fauna through street photography.
      Nature and animals are undisputed protagonists in art, from Palaeolithic cave paintings up to Maurizio Cattelan’s avant-garde provocations. But how can street photography, which is intrusive, frenetic and eager for contemporaneity, talk about something that lives without being aware of the era it belongs to?
      Can such an art, that lives thanks to the moment, represent timeless forms of life?
      The lesson you learn from Flora and Fauna is the ability to adapt to a world that flows so fast and selfishly, that you forgot who was occupying it before us.