Elliott Erwitt’s Rome.
Photographs by Elliott Erwitt. Text by Michele Serra.
teNeues, New York, 2009. 144 pp., 176 tritone illustrations, 10¾x14½".
For centuries, Rome has exerted a magnetic spell on inhabitants and travelers alike. Elliott Erwitt delves into the heart of this enduring magnetism.
With careful precision, he lays bare the unflagging spirit of a magnificent metropolis. Undaunted by history, Erwitt portrays the distinctive mix of ancient glory and casual indifference which is uniquely Roman. With a blend of science and artistry, Erwitt captures forms, textures and—the mark of the true artist—atmospheres.
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