Ar­mo­nie na­tu­ra­li

Na­tu­ral Har­mo­nies

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Sfo­glian­do il vo­lu­me Al­ber­to Cal­la­ri. For­me e ar­chi­tet­tu­re di giar­di­ni, a cu­ra di Clau­dia Zan­fi e Lau­ra Pi­ro­va­no, ci si ad­den­tra nel­le me­ra­vi­glie dei giar­di­ni im­mor­ta­la­ti dall’ob­biet­ti­vo del vi­deo-ar­ti­sta e fo­to­gra­fo scom­par­so pre­ma­tu­ra­men­te nel 2013. Luo­ghi pri­va­ti o pub­bli­ci, sto­ri­ci o con­tem­po­ra­nei, ce­le­bri o da sco­pri­re, at­tra­ver­sa­ti da uno sguar­do che si la­scia cat­tu­ra­re dall’in­can­to del pae­sag­gio ma an­che, più tec­ni­ca­men­te, si sof­fer­ma sul­la pro­get­ta­zio­ne del­lo spa­zio ver­de se­con­do sti­li, epo­che e obiet­ti­vi ar­ti­sti­ci e pae­sag­gi­sti­ci mol­to dif­fe­ren­ti tra lo­ro. La flui­di­tà dell’ac­qua, le ar­chi­tet­tu­re na­tu­ra­li, le spe­ri­men­ta­zio­ni ar­ti­sti­che, la lu­ce e la com­po­si­zio­ne del co­lo­re, la sua con­tro­par­te om­bro­sa, i per­cor­si trac­cia­ti dall’uo­mo, i ri­trat­ti del­le crea­tu­re ve­ge­ta­li, le sug­ge­stio­ni istin­ti­ve e, per fi­ni­re, le ve­du­te: so­no le te­ma­ti­che che scan­di­sco­no la pub­bli­ca­zio­ne, in­tro­dot­te cia­scu­na da una no­ta scrit­ta da al­cu­ni tra i no­mi più au­to­re­vo­li del­la pro­get­ta­zio­ne green in Ita­lia: Mar­co Bay, Er­man­no Ca­sa­sco, Fran­ce­sca Mar­zot­to Cao­tor­ta, An­to­nio Pe­raz­zi, Ales­san­dro Roc­ca, Pa­tri­zia Poz­zi, An­na Sca­ra­vel­la, Ema­nue­la Ro­sa-Clot e Pao­lo Vil­la ci ac­com­pa­gna­no nel mon­do cui Cal­la­ri scel­se di de­di­car­si nei suoi ul­ti­mi an­ni. (IG) Thum­bing th­rou­gh the vo­lu­me Al­ber­to Cal­la­ri. For­me e ar­chi­tet­tu­re di giar­di­ni, edi­ted by Clau­dia Zan­fi and Lau­ra Pi­ro­va­no, you be­co­me im­mer­sed in the won­ders of the gar­dens im­mor­ta­li­sed by the lens of the vi­deo ar­ti­st and pho­to­gra­pher who pas­sed away unex­pec­ted­ly in 2013. Pu­blic and pri­va­te pla­ces, hi­sto­ri­cal and con­tem­po­ra­ry, fa­mous and yet to be di­sco­ve­red, ex­plo­red wi­th an eye that of­fers no re­si­stan­ce to being swept away by the charm of the land­sca­pe but al­so, mo­re tech­ni­cal­ly, that fo­cu­ses on how the green spa­ce is de­si­gned ac­cor­ding to sty­les, eras and ar­ti­stic and ar­chi­tec­tu­ral land­sca­ping ob­jec­ti­ves. The flui­di­ty of wa­ter, na­tu­ral ar­chi­tec­tu­res, ar­ti­stic ex­pe­ri­men­ta­tion, light and co­lour com­po­si­tion, its sha­dy coun­ter­part, the pa­ths tra­ced by man, the por­trai­ts of ve­ge­ta­ble crea­tu­res, the in­stinc­ti­ve beau­ty and, to fi­ni­sh up, the vi­stas. The­se are the the­mes that mark the pu­bli­ca­tion, ea­ch one of whi­ch is in­tro­du­ced by a no­te by so­me of the mo­st im­por­tant na­mes in green design in Ita­ly: Mar­co Bay, Er­man­no Ca­sa­sco, Fran­ce­sca Mar­zot­to Cao­tor­ta, An­to­nio Pe­raz­zi, Ales­san­dro Roc­ca, Pa­tri­zia Poz­zi, An­na Sca­ra­vel­la, Ema­nue­la Ro­sa-Clot and Pao­lo Vil­la ac­com­pa­ny us in­to the na­tu­ra­li­stic world, whi­ch Cal­la­ri cho­se to de­di­ca­te him­self to in his fi­nal years Clau­dia Zan­fi Lau­ra Pi­ro­va­no (eds) Sil­va­na Edi­to­ria­le, 2016 pp. 168, 120 ill, € 28

Al­ber­to Cal­la­ri. For­me e ar­chi­tet­tu­re di giar­di­ni

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