Giacomo Brunelli – Venice


Giacomo Brunelli’s neo-noir photography recasts a tourist’s paradise as an altogether stranger and more lonely place. Noirish and full of mystery, they take one of the planet’s most tourist-crowded cities and recast it as an altogether stranger place. Venetian iconography like the famous gondolas tends to fade further into the background, and we find ourselves drawn to the shapes and textures of the city’s classical architecture, following anonymous silhouetted people as they draw us into its quiet corners and overlooked spaces.


Hardcover on leather

22.5×22.5cm, 64 pages,

30 tritones,

Limited Edition of 1,000 copies,

1st Edition