If what you see depends on how you look, whoever starts scrolling through the pages of the book immediately grasps the implicit but clear invitation to attention. It is a question of noting the hidden detail within a complex whole, of connecting the present to the past by tracing the reflections of the great history in small stories. Between the greenery and the stones, between the frescoes and the buildings, encountering plaques, doors, gardens and much more, Bergamo emerges unexpected, suggestive and surprising even for those who thought they knew it well. A "closer look", one finds oneself within a path along which, with a slow but increasingly involved step, not only does one discover that the images of Felice Feltracco speak and the words of Emanuela Barani show, but that one is necessary for the others, a constant reciprocal reference. It is a dialogue and a confrontation between those who illuminate a point with words and those who recreate it with the safe and almost magical gesture of giving shape to water by coloring it. It is precisely by looking in this way that one sees "the further city". Texts by Emanuele Barani.
Semi-hard cover, 130 pages, size 21x28 on matte coated paper.