Vincenzo Castella
Napoli, 21.04.1952
Italian photographer, guitarist and filmmaker, in 1975, after studying Cultural Anthropology at "La Sapienza" University in Rome, he began his photographic activity. One of his most important works is Private Geography, color photographs of domestic interiors made between 1975 and 1982. In 1976 he took a trip through the southern United States, where he made, together with Lucio Maniscalchi, the 16mm film "Hammie Nixon's People," focusing on the colors and sounds of African American society. The most important works are "Nomadic Cities," about contemporary Western cities, and "Buildings," urban portraits shot from very high, but never aerial positions.
Lives and works in Milan. Italy
Vincenzo Castella
Photo Works
Silvana Editoriale, Cinisello Balsamo, Milan, Italy, 2003

pages 287
first edition
dimensions 23 × 16 cm, hardcover
language English / Italian
ISBN 88-8215-558-7
Vincenzo Castella
In linea d'aria
Electa, Milan, Italy, 2013

pages 64
first edition
dimensions 25 × 16.5 cm, hardcover
language Italian / English
ISBN 978-88-370-9627-4