Cooperative of Photography


Italian Views

29.05.2019

Gail Albert Halaban’s, “Italian Views,” is the second title with Aperture, after “Paris Views.” The series is a continuation from Gail’s recent project titled, “Out My Window.” The photographic works depict the intimate, everyday lives of the Italian people; reminiscent of Hitchcock’s “Rear View Window.” The series, begs the question, “What is private and what is public, in an urban environment?”

1. Gail Albert Halaban, Red Flowers, Campo de’ Fiori, Rome ; from Italian Views (Aperture, 2019) © Gail Albert Halaban

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2. Gail Albert Halaban, Luigi and Family, Via di Monserrato, Rome ; from Italian Views (Aperture, 2019) © Gail Albert Halaban

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4. Gail Albert Halaban, Working with a Glass of Wine, Via Giuseppe Revere, Milan ; from Italian Views (Aperture, 2019) © Gail Albert Halaban

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5. Gail Albert Halaban, Bosco Verticale, Milan ; from Italian Views (Aperture, 2019) © Gail Albert Halaban

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6. Gail Albert Halaban, Masked Ball, San Polo, Venice ; from Italian Views (Aperture, 2019) © Gail Albert Halaban

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7. Gail Albert Halaban, Reading with the Chandelier, San Polo, Venice ; from Italian Views (Aperture, 2019) © Gail Albert Halaban

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9. Gail Albert Halaban, Reunion after Days Away, San Pietro Somaldi, Lucca ; from Italian Views (Aperture, 2019) © Gail Albert Halaban

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10. Gail Albert Halaban, Panting Dog, Naples ; from Italian Views (Aperture, 2019) © Gail Albert Halaban

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11. Gail Albert Halaban, Brushing Her Hair, Naples ; from Italian Views (Aperture, 2019) © Gail Albert Halaban

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12. Gail Albert Halaban, Palazzo Donn’Anna, Naples ; from Italian Views (Aperture, 2019) © Gail Albert Halaban

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Written by Rowynn Dumont


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