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1 Squilloni, Alessandro Alessandro Squilloni: I Muri La Testimonianza Silenziosa
Piombino, Italy TraccEdizioni 1996 First Edition Stiff Card Wraps Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
The subject of this collection of Squilloni's work is "walls", with and without graffiti. His love of black and white photography is evident, as is his eye for images with meaning. Fine in stiff wraps as issued. 
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2 Squilloni, Alessandro Alessandro Squilloni: Viaggio Di Un Sognatore Errante [The Journey of a Wondering Dreamer] (Part 1)Photographs
Sandy, Utah Aardvark Global Publishing 2011 First Edition Hard Cover in Glassine and Box Fine Fine Book 
The latest publication from the Maestro, this one headed by a testimonial letter from President Barack Obama (curiously, with lots of typos and what appear to be mistranslations). Unpaginated, with all full-page plates in color, with text contributions from many sources. The photographs themselves are highly abstract, although with highly concrete captions, and look like paintings. Fine illustrated color hardcover binding in Fine glassine jacket, enclosed in the original mailing box with a label referring to the Obama testimonial. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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3 Squilloni, Alessandro Ballata Maremmana: Dalla Terra.Alla Luna
Self-published 2005 First Edition Stiff Wraps As Issued Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
Written with Gianna Ciao], Ballata Maremmana: Dalla Terra…Alla Luna is roughly translated Ballad of the Swamp: From the Earth to the Moon. Self-published, 2005. The index is subtitled "The Imaginary Universe of Alessandro Squilloni", which certainly describes this collection of photographs in brilliant color. The text is in Italian. Not sure how these images were achieved-lacking a technical explanation, it is easy to believe that they are imaginary; they are certainly powerful. Fine in stiff wraps as issued. 
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4 Squilloni, Alessandro Dimore Dell'anima (annotazioni Di un fuoriuscito)
Self-published 1997 First Edition Stiff Folded Card Wraps Very Good to Near-Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
Squilloni s in love with black and white. This collection is focused primarily on photographs of Tuscany's statues, which are in need of a good cleaning, as these brutal close-ups clearly show. Very Good to near-Fine condition in stiff double-fold wraps with moderate rubbing. 
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5 Squilloni, Alessandro Dimore Dell'anima (annotazioni di un fuoriuscito)
Self-published 1997 First Edition Stiff Card Wraps Very Good to Near-Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
Squilloni, who lives and works in Pisa, is a young, self-taught photographer who is in love with black and white. This collection is focused primarily on photographs of Tuscany's statues, which are in need of a good cleaning, as these brutal close-ups clearly show. Very Good to near-Fine condition in stiff double-fold wraps with moderate rubbing. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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6 Squilloni, Alessandro Fiori Recisi, Fiori Da Vendere
TraccEdizioni 1993 First Edition Stiff Wraps in Paper Jacket Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
27 stunning full-page images of, what else, flowers, shot in black and white, which entirely changes their texture and affect (not a typo). With essays by Mario Lupi and Pino Bertelli-text in Italian-bound in stiff wraps with card overwrap. The photographer's first work in book form. Fine condition. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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7 Squilloni, Alessandro Nel Giardino Privato (In the Private Garden): Photographs
Sandy, Utah Aardvark Global Publishing 2009 First Edition Hardcover Fine Fine Book 
The latest volume of photographs produced by this highly talented and self-taught artist, whose work has become increasingly metaphorical and dramatic. This group, all in black and white, is clearly "privato". Oversized (17" c 12"), and heavy, so will require extra shipping charges.Fine hardcover binding in Fine dust jacket. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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