An architect by training.
Gabriele Basilico (12 August 1944 – 13 February 2013) was an Italian photographer who defined himself as "a measurer of space". Born in Milan, Italy in 1944, he originally studied to become an architect before pursuing a career in photography. His initial works focused around traditional landscape photography, but he later shifted his focus to architectural photography due to the influence of his previous studies in architecture
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L'esperienza dei luoghi - Fotografie di Gabriele Basilico (Milano, 12 agosto 1944 – Milano, 13 febbraio 2013). Alla Galleria Massimo Minini di Brescia, una mostra di Dan Graham e Gabriele Basilico, dal titolo "Unidentified Modern City. A cura di Maurizio Bortolotti.
Gabriele Basilico obituary . Architectural photographer who captured the essence of urban landscapes. Although Basilico latterly explored colour and digital photography, his lifelong passion was for often ominous shades of black and white and the use of classic cameras, particularly his large-format Rolleiflex. At times, he would employ a still older tripod and black cloth technique. Italy inspired his portfolio throughout his life. In 1990 Basilico went to Berlin to document the aftermath of the fall of the wall: the largely untouched, decaying grand avenues of the eastern zone were perfectly suited to his eye for the relics of abandon.
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Most Impressive Achievements. In more than thirty years, his career has been filled with important moments and achievements: his artistic production has been exhibited in Italy and abroad, and shown in a large number of photographic books and catalogues, many of which have won international awards. Things to know At the beginning of his career, he was influenced by masters of photography such as Eugene Smith and Billy Brandt, but he soon shifted his focus from events and people to space.
This photographic project by Gabriele Basilico was inspired by a desire to document this metamorphosis, and .
This photographic project by Gabriele Basilico was inspired by a desire to document this metamorphosis, and takes as its focal point the city's seven Stalinist towers, known in Russian as the vysotnye zdania, or & buildings'. Basilico's images use the towers as a privileged viewpoint for exploration and contemplation of the changing fabric of Moscow. After half a century of history, his work allows these striking buildings to be re-evaluated in the context of the new urban landscape of the 21st century.
Author: Gabriele Basilico
Category: Arts and Photo
Subcategory: Photography & Video
Publisher: Thames & Hudson (March 31, 2002)
Pages: 184 pages
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