Hidden Islam - 479 Comments aims to take the discussion initiated by Hidden Islam further. This limited edition workbook charts the topographic locations of the Islamic makeshift places of worship visited by its author, photographer Nicolò Degiorgis. Formally, this publication parallels to the photographic series present in Hidden Islam: each page number finds a correspondence between the two books. After the photographic book received international attention - Hidden Islam was awarded the Rencontres d’Arles’ Author Book Award 2014 - the project was given a remarkable media coverage. Hidden Islam - 479 Comments presents a vivid discussion appeared on British newspaper ‘The Guardian’ in response to an article featuring the project. Presented as an appendix, this addition to the project is meant to extend the debate around Hidden Islam, proving the urgency of a discussion in the European public arena as well as providing study materials for sociologists, anthropologists, journalists and everyone else interested in the matter.


Book details

Author: Nicoló Degiorgis
Design: Nicoló Degiorgis, Walter Hutton, Serena Osti, Giulia Cordin
Cartography: Quirin Prünster
Format: 90 pages / 45 gate folds, softcover, 16x24cm
Limited edition of 300
Publication date: November 2014
ISBN: 9788890981739
Photographer's website: www.nicolodegiorgis.com

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Publishing date: 11.2014

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