La Forma Bruta


Martín Bollati


Editorial


2016-04

Concept, edition and design direction for the editorial piece “La Forma Bruta” by the photographer Martín Bollati.

In this piece, Martín questioned himself about the historian’s figure and representation of history throughout his photography. This Project focuses on the representation of museums, relating to the object, questioning the exhibition system and the observer’s point of view. It seeks to reimagine and reinterpret history throughout his images.

The Project was published in Europe by Cuadernos de Kursala and in Latin America by Editorial La Luminosa.

Editorial Design, Book, La Forma Bruta, Martín Bollati, Koln Studio, Madrid, Spain
Editorial Design, Book, La Forma Bruta, Martín Bollati, Koln Studio, Madrid, Spain
Editorial Design, Book, La Forma Bruta, Martín Bollati, Koln Studio, Madrid, Spain
Editorial Design, Book, La Forma Bruta, Martín Bollati, Koln Studio, Madrid, Spain
Editorial Design, Book, La Forma Bruta, Martín Bollati, Koln Studio, Madrid, Spain
Editorial Design, Book, La Forma Bruta, Martín Bollati, Koln Studio, Madrid, Spain
Editorial Design, Book, La Forma Bruta, Martín Bollati, Koln Studio, Madrid, Spain
Editorial Design, Book, La Forma Bruta, Martín Bollati, Koln Studio, Madrid, Spain
Editorial Design, Book, La Forma Bruta, Martín Bollati, Koln Studio, Madrid, Spain
Editorial Design, Book, La Forma Bruta, Martín Bollati, Koln Studio, Madrid, Spain
Editorial Design, Book, La Forma Bruta, Martín Bollati, Koln Studio, Madrid, Spain
Editorial Design, Book, La Forma Bruta, Martín Bollati, Koln Studio, Madrid, Spain

Concept, edition and design direction for the editorial piece “La Forma Bruta” by the photographer Martín Bollati.

In this piece, Martín questioned himself about the historian’s figure and representation of history throughout his photography. This Project focuses on the representation of museums, relating to the object, questioning the exhibition system and the observer’s point of view. It seeks to reimagine and reinterpret history throughout his images.

The Project was published in Europe by Cuadernos de Kursala and in Latin America by Editorial La Luminosa.