Editor's Note
Editor's Note

Sculptures by Alessandro Rizzi is a book whose photographs were shot over the timespan of a few hours in Washington D.C. on December 13, 2014, and more precisely, during the civil rights protests that took place in the capital after the fatal shooting and civil unrest originating in Ferguson. 

Rizzi gives back a sharp and paradigmatic work on American society as a whole, and on the importance of a political demonstration that is a sign of the times and is coherent to its prescribed script, he plays.

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Introduction
Introduction

First of a trilogy of books devoted to the African Americans issue, Sculptures Vol. I. It was recently acquired and housed in the permanent collections of M.o.M.a. and Metropolitan Museum of Art. Sculptures is the intimate and conceptual narrative of the greatest manifestation of African Americans from the Martin L. King times. Photographs taken at Washington on December 13, 2014, more precisely During the protest on civil rights originated in Ferguson, Missouri, combine at the political motivation an intimate dimension of the project linked to the author's story with an Italian- African-American woman.

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Sculptures Diary
Sculptures Diary

The black diary in the picture is a Notebook that artist decided to buy in Washington D.C a day before the manifestation, asking to the people to leave their personal witness. Diary's image are collected here.

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Sculptures Diary
Sculptures Diary

The black diary in the picture is a Notebook that artist decided to buy in Washington D.C a day before the manifestation, asking to the people to leave their personal witness. Diary's image are collected here.

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Sculptures Diary
Sculptures Diary

The black diary in the picture is a Notebook that artist decided to buy in Washington D.C a day before the manifestation, asking to the people to leave their personal witness. Diary's image are collected here.

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Editor's note
Editor's note

First of a trilogy of books devoted to the African Americans issue, Sculptures Vol. I. It was recently acquired and housed in the permanent collections of M.o.M.a. and Metropolitan Museum of Art. Sculptures is the intimate and conceptual narrative of the greatest manifestation of African Americans from the Martin L. King times. Photographs taken at Washington on December 13, 2014, more precisely During the protest on civil rights originated in Ferguson, Missouri, combine at the political motivation an intimate dimension of the project linked to the author's story with an Italian- African-American woman.

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Editor's note
Editor's note

First of a trilogy of books devoted to the African Americans issue, Sculptures Vol. I. It was recently acquired and housed in the permanent collections of M.o.M.a. and Metropolitan Museum of Art. Sculptures is the intimate and conceptual narrative of the greatest manifestation of African Americans from the Martin L. King times. Photographs taken at Washington on December 13, 2014, more precisely During the protest on civil rights originated in Ferguson, Missouri, combine at the political motivation an intimate dimension of the project linked to the author's story with an Italian- African-American woman.

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Editor's note
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Editor's Note

Sculptures by Alessandro Rizzi is a book whose photographs were shot over the timespan of a few hours in Washington D.C. on December 13, 2014, and more precisely, during the civil rights protests that took place in the capital after the fatal shooting and civil unrest originating in Ferguson. 

Rizzi gives back a sharp and paradigmatic work on American society as a whole, and on the importance of a political demonstration that is a sign of the times and is coherent to its prescribed script, he plays.

Order here

Introduction

First of a trilogy of books devoted to the African Americans issue, Sculptures Vol. I. It was recently acquired and housed in the permanent collections of M.o.M.a. and Metropolitan Museum of Art. Sculptures is the intimate and conceptual narrative of the greatest manifestation of African Americans from the Martin L. King times. Photographs taken at Washington on December 13, 2014, more precisely During the protest on civil rights originated in Ferguson, Missouri, combine at the political motivation an intimate dimension of the project linked to the author's story with an Italian- African-American woman.

Book Interview here

Sculptures Diary

The black diary in the picture is a Notebook that artist decided to buy in Washington D.C a day before the manifestation, asking to the people to leave their personal witness. Diary's image are collected here.

Listen to the recordings

Sculptures Diary

The black diary in the picture is a Notebook that artist decided to buy in Washington D.C a day before the manifestation, asking to the people to leave their personal witness. Diary's image are collected here.

Listen to the recordings

Sculptures Diary

The black diary in the picture is a Notebook that artist decided to buy in Washington D.C a day before the manifestation, asking to the people to leave their personal witness. Diary's image are collected here.

Listen to the recordings

Editor's note

First of a trilogy of books devoted to the African Americans issue, Sculptures Vol. I. It was recently acquired and housed in the permanent collections of M.o.M.a. and Metropolitan Museum of Art. Sculptures is the intimate and conceptual narrative of the greatest manifestation of African Americans from the Martin L. King times. Photographs taken at Washington on December 13, 2014, more precisely During the protest on civil rights originated in Ferguson, Missouri, combine at the political motivation an intimate dimension of the project linked to the author's story with an Italian- African-American woman.

Order here

Editor's note

First of a trilogy of books devoted to the African Americans issue, Sculptures Vol. I. It was recently acquired and housed in the permanent collections of M.o.M.a. and Metropolitan Museum of Art. Sculptures is the intimate and conceptual narrative of the greatest manifestation of African Americans from the Martin L. King times. Photographs taken at Washington on December 13, 2014, more precisely During the protest on civil rights originated in Ferguson, Missouri, combine at the political motivation an intimate dimension of the project linked to the author's story with an Italian- African-American woman.

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