Modern portraits of old craftsmanship

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I am pleased to share an idea become a book. This is the result of a long search and a journey that lasted a year and a half in our province. We have visited more than 60 workshopsmeeting the last representatives of trades endangered. Portraits in that environment intimate craftsman in which, usually, the end customer has no access. Women and men, witnesses and architects of a world that, despite the difficulties, and the modernization continues to exist precisely where it always was. A reality that today more than ever shows us the way to an innovative generational shift, looking to the future without forgetting what it was.Alessandro Vernier