Landscapes with Figures / Natural Habitats, By Massimo Vitali
Sunday 17 April 2011
This slipcased edition brings together two volumes which encompass all Massimo Vitali's images.
Volume One is the second edition of Landscape with Figures, which was first published in 2004, and in which Vitali's depiction of the masses at play made him renowned. This edition utilises new scans to take advantage of technical developments. Volume Two is the recently published Natural Habitats and continues Vitali's playful themes – as in SDT Island 2, 2009. The first 1,000 copies include a giant poster which maps the "family tree" of Vitali's work.
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