Photographs by Tod Papageorge.
46 pp., 21 color illustrations, 8¾x6¾".
Upon invitation of Marco Delogu within the “Commissione di Roma 2010”, Todd Papageorge
runs himself into this project about Rome crossing the street photography and the tradition of
North-American photography. Delogu imagined it all as a series of “topographic” shots of
Rome which Papageorge would have filled with life. But as often happens in art, creativity of
Todd bypassed the initial idea to begin a sort of flanerie in Rome: a few details, a lot of gestures
but never spectacular, and a city that often is not immediately recognizable and never the
people watching in the camera.