The show of Giulio Di Sturco’s work on the Gange river ends the trilogy that CMC and Admira dedicated to the theme of environment and its changes. Giulio Di Sturco, who won the World Press Photo Award 2008 in the category Arts and Entertainments and of other important prizes such as the Sony World Photography Award, at the age of 33 had already became one of the most talented representative of the new Italian reportage photography. The absolute protagonist of this series is the Gange: a river that ties in closely with every single aspect of life in India and is a clear example of the unresolved contradiction that takes place between men and environment.
|Title:||Fratello fiume. Lo scorrere delle acque nel destino dell’uomo|
|Author:||Giulio Di Sturco|
|Book series:||QUADERNI CMC|
|Number of pages:||98 pages|
|Number of photographs:||40 duotone and color photographs|