For over a decade, Venetian photographer Renato D’Agostin has been capturing the nuances of cities around the world, from the capitals of Western Europe to metropolises in Eastern Asia. As D’Agostin describes in his interview for Issue 003 of Saturdays Magazine, “I see cities as multi-layered entities where elements interact with each other.” The influence of city life on the photographer is apparent in his works, which have been presented in renowned galleries around the world, including the Leica Gallery, Galerie Photo 4, Leica Ginza Salon, and FORMA International Center of Photography.
The New York City-based artist recently teamed with Saturdays NYC to produce a limited-edition print run. The 100 silk-screened prints features bubbles photographed in Tokyo. The black-and-white image was also included as part of his feature in Saturdays Magazine Issue 003. D’Agostin continues to explore his relationship with global cities through bookmaking. The artist recently began his own publishing company, Nomadic Editions, which produces a series of books on monothematic experiences, in which he focuses on the immediacy of an impression and what it lends to his senses.