Ivorypress presents Venice Unclocked, a collaboration between writer Rachel Spence and photographer Giacomo Cosua. Having previously collaborated on other projects, both authors have lived in Venice and share the desire to capture the essence of the Italian city. The selection of images in this book offers a vision from the perspective of a native Venetian.
Rachel Spence is a poet and arts writer. Based in Venice for nine years and now living between Venice and the United Kingdom, she has written about the city as a poet and journalist for many years. Her publications include Furies (2016 Templar), Bird of Sorrow (2018, Templar) and Call and Response (The Emma Press, 2020). Forthcoming is Battle for the Museum (2023, Hurst) As a journalist, she writes chiefly for the Financial Times.
Giacomo Cosua is a photographer and journalist. Born in Venice in 1983, he holds a master’s degree from the University of Arts of London / London College of Communication in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography. He has worked for institutions such as the Institut François, Parley for the Oceans, and several publications, including Monocle, The Financial Times, D la Repubblica, Dazed & Confused, AnOther Magazine among others.
Author: Rachel Spence and Giacomo Cosua
Size: 12.00 x 20.50 cm