This book provides insight into Pasolini’s moral concepts and ideals, using his essays, films, drawings, and paintings. Pasolini’s understanding of art and his world view carried within them the idea of violent death, which, ultimately, he might have consciously sought out in order to reconcile his life and work.
This is the first volume of three-volume opus that the Italian cinematographer Storaro outlines his personal philosophy of light, color, and the elements. Inspired by a gamut of sources, from Italian Renaissance paintings to Francis Bacon, Storaro’s visual palette is as diverse as his films are eclectic and gorgeous. One of a special limited edition copies.