Art world through the lens of Buby Durini

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Charta, 1997 - Art - 253 pages
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In this book the reader will see hitherto unpublished, historical photographs which, nevertheless, always live the surge and passion of a human relationship. Buby Durini was not a photographer, nor was he interested in photographic techniques. Together with Lucrezia De Domizio he began his journey both in art and beyond art. For Buby Durini it was only possible to photograph if he loved, and for him "to love" meant understanding, sharing, collaborating and living truth by way of the lens of life. During the last twenty-five years of his existence the love for Nature and Mankind led him to the profound meaning of art, establishing a rare and privileged relationship with the most important protagonists of the culture belonging to the later post-war period. An almost fraternal bond united him to Joseph Beuys with whom - and on a continuous basis - he shared numerous scientific and spiritual vicissitudes. The annotations, thoughts, testimonies, images and the same anomalous structure of the book are contributions towards the broadening of thought, expressions addressed to the sublimation of human creativity.

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