Portraits that narrate over thirty years of contemporary theater, in the work of one of Italy's leading photographers.
[Theater people] “Photographs, for me, are the pressure of the gaze, the only possibility of contact”. This is how Maurizio Buscarino, the renowned contemporary photographer, explains his perceptive, poetic relationship with the world.
Buscarino is neither a spectator nor an actor. His lens becomes the vehicle for an immediately comprehensible message on the human condition.
This book contains portraits that illustrate and narrate over thirty years of theater, images of the great protagonists of the Italian and European scene, the groups and personalities that have changed our theatrical culture, as well as unknown street artists whose faces have attracted the gaze of the camera of one of Italy’s leading photographers.
The book also includes a text by Buscarino, as well as contributions by Roberta Valtorta, Renato Palazzi and Ugo Volli.