An arrow is a graphic symbol universally used to indicate direction.
Here it invites the viewer to move through the construction sites, each with its own covering panel.

Through the suggestions of what was and the promises of what will be, the viewer walks through a temporary landscape, pleasantly portrayed with architecture and natural elements.

Photographs and design by Francesco Villa.
Printed in 50 copies
Somewhere, 2019

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Altana is an independent project founded in 2018 in Venice by the three creatives Francesco Paleari, Elia Pinna and Francesco Villa.

It was born as a space for dialogue and exchange around photography, fuelled by a sincere vocation for authorial research and the care of the editorial project, and precisely because of this dynamic nature it refuses a univocal nomenclature, preferring the dynamism of a hybrid laboratory in the making.

Altana is not a publishing house, it is not a place, it is not a concept, but rather it defines itself as a flying carpet of wooden boards from which to enjoy a second view through photography.