Hamburg by Giacomo Brunelli
. First edition (2021). First impression. Medium format paperback in new condition. No markings, this is a new book. Please see pictures.
Hamburg has a cinematic film-noir style, which is very much a Brunelli approach. In this edition of 200, we see what the photographer captured while roaming the streets of Hamburg.
Intense and dark, Brunelli creates a moody portrait of this city through his encounters with people and animals that were also roaming the streets. The result is a witness perspective; an anonymous roaming character who looks at the corners and lines of the city, observing and taking the mystery in.
About Giacomo Brunelli
Giacomo Brunelli (Perugia, Italy, 1977) graduated with a degree in International Communications in 2002. Brunelli's medium is gelatin silver prints and he is a printer.
He photographs with a Miranda Sensomat
camera—a 35 mm SLR made in 1962 once belonged to his father, an amateur photographer.
Brunelli’s style and aesthetic are attention-grabbing and inspirational. His work has a noir feel and a dark richness that is borderline decadent.
His work has been exhibited around the world. In the UK at The Photographers’Gallery, The New Art Gallery Walsall and The Barbican Centre, among others. BlueSky Gallery, Portland (USA), Triennial of Photography Hamburg (Germany), Nordic Light Festival (Norway), Noorderlicht Photofestival (The Netherlands), Delhi PhotoFestival (India), Fotofestiwal Lodz (Poland), Athens Photo Festival (Greece), Daegu PhotoBiennal (South Korea), Angkor PhotoFestival (Cambodia), Tabernacle (London, Uk), Griffin Museum (Boston, Usa) and at commercial galleries such as Peter Fetterman Gallery (Santa Monica, Usa), Robert Morat Galerie (Berlin, Germany), Galerie Camera Obscura, (Paris, France), among others.
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