Francesco Sembolini

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Almost Real is the debut book of the italian street photographer Francesco Sembolini, with an introduction by Richard Bram. 160 colourful images represent the three dimensions of reality with an intense graphic awareness.
500 limited-edition copies signed by Francesco Sembolini are available in White (470) and Black (30) editions.

Each Black Edition publication contains one unique printed photograph (21×30cm). The photograph by Francesco Sembolini included in the Black Edition has never been printed for sales before, and it is available only through the acquisition of this book. It won’t be sold in this or any other format.

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*Limited Edition Photograph 21×30 cm  included in Almost Real Black Edition

 

Bio

Francesco Sembolini is a professional photographer and his main activity is street photography for several years. In street photography he loves building his own reality through the apposition of elements, colors, graphics, creating unusual and aesthetic compositions. A lot of his pictures have inspired several photographers around the world.
In the last few years, he has been focused on contributing to the street photography area, collaborating with Italian and foreign street photographers and street photography organizations about events, workshops, festivals, etc. Francesco is a street photography Tutor and he takes individual and collective workshops around Italy.
In 2015 he founded Italian Street Eyes, one of the most important Italian street photography collective.
From 2016 up to 2018 he was Olympus brand Ambassador.
In 2017 he co-founded Italian Street Photo Festival, the first international street photography festival in Italy.

Book Specification

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pages: 200
  • Size: 22 x 27 CM
  • Publisher: Eyeshot
  • Publication Year: 2020
  • Paper Quality: Symbol Tatami by Fedrigoni

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Black Edition, White Edition

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