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Zambian Portraits (Hardcover)

Paolo Solari Bozzi

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Hardcover. Paolo Solari Bozzi was, at the age of 15, introduced by a fellow student at a boarding school in Venice to the world of black and white photography and to the darkroom. In 1982, Paolo obta.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 176 pages. 2.576. Bookseller Inventory # 9788857226835

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Title: Zambian Portraits (Hardcover)

Publication Date: 2016

Binding: Hardcover

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The result of a four-month journey across Zambia, this volume bears witness to Paolo Solari Bozzi’s love for the poetry of Southern Africa and its peoples. For four months in 2014, Paolo Solari Bozzi traveled across Zambia, penetrating into some of the lesser-known areas of this fascinating country, including the remote Bangwelu swamps, where the locals had hardly ever come across a European visitor. Using mechanical medium-format cameras and wide-angle lenses, Paolo depicts, in around 120 black-and-white pictures developed in his own darkroom, some aspects of the lives of Zambians at work―be they fishermen, harvesters, road workers, miners, or shopkeepers, without forgetting the innate beauty of a landscape captured in photographs taken from above.

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Born in Rome in 1957, Paolo Solari Bozzi has dual Italian and Swiss citizenship. He currently lives in Switzerland. A lawyer and investment banker by training, in 2010 he installed a new, large, and well-equipped darkroom as part of the process of turning his passion into a pivotal part of his life.

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