I keep my nose glued to the porthole, smiling like a child . . .
This is the feeling expressed at the beginning of the photographer Vincent Munier’s journal accompanying Artico, an elegant book that draws together his finest photos taken during a series of expeditions in a period of six years in that magical land. The reader has the sensation of being a spectator in a natural theatre and can hardly avoid being amazed, just like a child.
The July issue of I luoghi dell’infinito—the monthly magazine focusing on travel, art, and culture published by the newspaper Avvenire—includes a thorough review of the book, in which the white of the snow and the animals of the land of eternal ice counterbalance the heat of the Mediterranean summer, leading us into a timeless dimension of boundless open spaces.