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Colors: A Book About a Magazine About the Rest of the World

by Francesco Bonami

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The book 'COLORS' aims to explore the best of visual and textual material of the 90 issues of the magazine, created by the photographer Oliviero Toscani and the art director Tibor Kalman in 1991.

The content is presented transversely through a subdivision in ten macro-themes which highlight the “Tumblr ante litteram” nature of the magazine. Twenty-five years of images and texts are shaken and served using ingredients from different issues. The idea is to tell the story of 'COLORS' by using its own words, in a visionary journey through time, between irony and semiotics, rereading the analysis of the world carried out by the magazine, acknowledging its high research value. (Damiani / Fabrica)
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