by Wim Wenders
The first half of Wim Wenders’ life belongs to the cinema, the second half to photography. At least, this is what the German director – famous for the pioneering aesthetic research in the fields of image and cinematographic production – said himself.
First published in 1993, Una Volta tells Wenders’ own journey, made of on-the-road adventures, (extra)ordinary characters and deep research, through reflections that swing between the documentary and the sociological. A journey told through the alternation of texts, on left pages, and photographies, on right pages, testifying again the attachment to the language of representation that has always distiguished his work.
Mutina LIBRARY is a visual compendium made of all the inspirational sources that brought Mutina brand to life and shape.