Conversations about architecture: meeting with photographer Paolo Rosselli
Talk about the strategic use of the photographic document with the purpose of reading the architectural process and the urban transformations, starting from a historical and critical research strategy on architecture and the city, using photography as a narrative tool.
This cycle of conversations taking place in the Victorian Terrace in Rome had as the first invited the photographer Paolo Rosselli, whose work as a photographer began in the early seventies, after having watched the study of Ugo Mulas. His most recent works, often focused on urban aspects and the transience of the city's image, compose Italian and foreign magazines. He has published several monographs dedicated to architects, among them Santiago Calatrava (1996), Rafael Moneo (2009), Norman Foster (2010), David Chipperfield (2011).