Text by Pierre Rouyer
192 Pages, 138 duplex illustrations
30 x 32.5 cm
Hardcover with dust jacket
In 1991 the Swiss photographer Marco Paoluzzo discovered Iceland, its dramatic light conditions and impressive sceneries. Mesmerized by the mysterious north, he would gradually expand his travels to include Norway, the Faroe Islands and even Greenland. That triggered his idea to combine the isles and countries in the 60th parallel north into a photo collection. Therefore “Terra Borealis” contains photographs that were taken on Iceland, the Faroe Islands, the Shetlands, Norway, Greenland and Svalbard. The book offers an enchanting and magical journey in black-and-white.
About the Artist:
Marco Paoluzzo is a Swiss photographer who worked as a freelance photographer for advertising and industry, and then took up travel photography in 1996. His work appeared in the National Geographic Traveler, Geo, Altaïr, Traveller UK, Stern, Paris Match, Nikon News, Leica Fotografie International, and Die Zeit amongst others. He has also published a number of travel photography books.
About the Publisher:
Benteli Verlag was founded in 1899 and is based in Zurich, Switzerland.
Book Materials and Specifications:
The book itself is large, measuring 12″ by 13″. Hardcover with a dust jacket and black cloth cover. Perfect binding is used and the black end papers are glued down. All plates in this book are square black and white prints, from 4.5 x 4.5″ to 9 x 9″.