Stefano Graziani, artist and photographer, studied architecture at University IUAV of Venice. He teaches at the Master at Fondazione Fotografia in Modena, at Naba, Milan and at the University of Trieste. He collaborates with a number of magazines and publishing houses. Among his published work, It seemed as Though the Mist Itself Had Screamed with texts of Nanni Cagnone, Kersten Geers, Francesco Zanot, Galleria Mazzoli, Modena 2014, Conversazioni notturne, texts by Alessandro Dandini de Sylva, Quodlibet 2014, Memory Talks, a+mbookstore, Milan 2012, Under the Volcano and other stories, Galleria Mazzoli, Modena 2009. Texts by Anselm Franke, Rene Gabri, Arturo Carlo Quintavalle, Gianluigi Ricuperati, L’isola, Galleria Mazzoli, Modena 2009 with a note by the author and quotes from Scritti by Roberto Bazlen, Taxonomies, a+mbookstore, Milan 2007 with a note by the author and texts by Stefano Boeri, Antonello Frongia, Rene Gabri, He curated the volume Jeff Wall, Gestus-essays on photography and art. Quodlibet 2013, the forthcoming Caraibi, Humboldt Books, Milan and a new book on Yona Friedman, Park Books, Zurich. He is co-founder of the magazine San Rocco. Among the latest exhibitions A Small Museum fo the American Metaphor, curated by Kersten Geers, Red Cat Gallery, Los Angeles. 2014, A minor History within the Memories of a National Heritage. Monditalia, Corderie dell’Arsenale, Venice Architecture Biennal, Foundamentals, June 2014, Super Superstudio, PAC Milan.
Books by Stefano Graziani
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