Pietro Reviglio


      curated by Paola Gribaudo

      ed. Disegnodiverso, 2010

      Bilingual limited edition, English/Italian,

      1000 numbered  copies.




Copies of Cinematography of Urban Madness are kept in the Artist's Book Collections of Tate Gallery (London), Whitney Museum of American Art (NYC), MoMA - Museum of Modern Art (NYC), Columbia University (NYC), New York Public Library and the Franklin Furnace Artist Book Collection (Pratt Institute, NYC). They are also kept in the Brooklyn Museum Library (NYC), Anthology Film Archives (NYC) and other institutions. Selected photographs from the project are part of the collection of the Brooklyn Museum, Columbia University Permanent Collection, the Sidney Mishkin Collection (Baruch College, NYC), the Albright-Knox collection. 


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“A riveting new book, Pietro Reviglio’s Cinematography of Urban Madness questions the nature of real and imagined cinematic narratives in a visually stunning manner. The harsh lighting of an artist studio sets the tone for this short enigmatic work wherein autobiography meets fiction with violent overtones. Reviglio’s book is a quick read but densely populated with rich info, which makes a revisit compelling. Reviglio’s new book highlights the contemporary condition: fragmented and suspended in a world always already an image.” JASON STOPA, NY ARTS MAGAZINE

NY Arts Magazine - Review: Cinematography of Urban Madness 

by Jason Stopa 6.7.2011            >>Read it


Flash Art - New York, New York: Intervista a Pietro Reviglio    

by Amalia Piccinini 24.4.2011     >>Read it