Milly De Cabrol, Pamela Fiori & Euan Rellie
Honor Oberto Gili at Soho House

NEW YORK -Milly De Cabrol, Pamela Fiori and Euan Rellie host an invited book signing in honor of Oberto Gili's new book Luxury of Space (Assouline, November 2003) at the Soho House this November. This is a closed event. Fleeting human moments memorialized by Oberto Gili's camera translate formally into beautifully balanced calssical images. His camera, like his personality, is whimsical, questioning, non-judgmental and tenderly objective. Simple, still and understated, Gili's images of interiors all have possibility as their subject. Oberto Gili is a renowned photographer who specializes in shooting interiors and fashion. He works for such publications as Town & Country, House & Garden,Travel & Leisure and British, Spanish and American Vogue. Select Media who wish to obtain credentials for the gala must send a request on media outlet letterhead. Requests should be faxed to Workhouse Publicity at (212) 334-1919 or sent via email to Devon Mack at mack@workhousepr.com.

Upcoming Events:
David Cenci cordially invites select media to join Oberto Gili for a book signing and a viewing of selected photographs from his new book Luxury of Space (Assouline) on Thursday, November 20th, 2003 from 6-8pm at Davide Cenci located at 801 Madison Avenue 68th Street. Cocktails and Hors d'oeuvres. This is a closed event. MEDIA RSVP (212) 946-5512.

Assouline Publishing, the illustrated book-publishing house behind such photography titles as Dominique Nabokov’s Paris Living Rooms, Louise Lawler: An Arrangement of Pictures, Color Photography and Alexey Brodovitch, is pleased to announce the release of Luxury of Space by Oberto Gili, a visually stunning portraiture of a slice of life captured within the comforts of our living environment. Home is simply space: a fish tank, a castle, a hangar, a plastic roof, a square car, an apartment, a bar, a hotel room, a studio, a garden can all be your nest if they give you shelter and emotions. Fleeting human moments memorialized by Oberto Gili’s camera translate formally into beautifully balanced classical images. His camera, like his personality, is whimsical, questioning, nonjudgemental and tenderly objective. Gili’s images of interiors capture fundamental moments of human existence, quiet moments and basic needs, whether it’s a man sitting on his couch surrounded by dogs, a young couple getting into bed, a woman watching herself getting dressed in the mirror or a girls swimming alone in a pool, we experience narrative, isolation, intrusion through Gili’s lens. Gili shows us different perspective of home: color, happiness, sex, depression, arrogance, creativity, simplicity, boredom. The images in this stunning volume are a diary of the interiors and situations that have, over the last thirty years, struck Gili’s curiosity and fantasy the most. Simple, still and understated, Gili’s images of interiors all have possibility as their subtext. For Serial Rights information, please contact Adam Nelson at nelson@workhousepr.com. Press requests please contact Ryan Urcia at urcia@workhousepr.com. For press kit, high-resolution images and book excerpts please visit http://www.workhousepr.com/assouline/luxuryofspace


ASSOULINE: 2003 FALL CATALOGUE

LUXURY OF SPACE
AUTHOR: OBERTO GILI
PUBLICATION DATE: NOVEMBER, 2003
U.S. LIST PRICE: $70.00; HARDCOVER WITH JACKET; 101/2 x 131/4; 208 PAGES, 200 COLOR ILLUSTRATIONS

“As Cartier is to watches, Assouline is to books”- Timeout New York

ASSOULINE IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE LUXURY OF SPACE
USA- Assouline Publishing, the illustrated book-publishing house behind such photography titles as Dominique Nabokov’s Paris Living Rooms, Louise Lawler: An Arrangement of Pictures, Color Photography and Alexey Brodovitch, is pleased to announce the release of Luxury of Space by Oberto Gili, a visually stunning portraiture of a slice of life captured within the comforts of our living environment. Home is simply space: a fish tank, a castle, a hangar, a plastic roof, a square car, an apartment, a bar, a hotel room, a studio, a garden can all be your nest if they give you shelter and emotions. Fleeting human moments memorialized by Oberto Gili’s camera translate formally into beautifully balanced classical images. His camera, like his personality, is whimsical, questioning, nonjudgemental and tenderly objective. Gili’s images of interiors capture fundamental moments of human existence, quiet moments and basic needs, whether it’s a man sitting on his couch surrounded by dogs, a young couple getting into bed, a woman watching herself getting dressed in the mirror or a girls swimming alone in a pool, we experience narrative, isolation, intrusion through Gili’s lens. Gili shows us different perspective of home: color, happiness, sex, depression, arrogance, creativity, simplicity, boredom. The images in this stunning volume are a diary of the interiors and situations that have, over the last thirty years, struck Gili’s curiosity and fantasy the most. Simple, still and understated, Gili’s images of interiors all have possibility as their subtext. For Serial Rights information, please contact Adam Nelson at nelson@workhousepr.com. Press requests please contact Ryan Urcia at urcia@workhousepr.com. For press kit, high-resolution images and book excerpts please visit http://www.workhousepr.com/assouline/luxuryofspace

AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY

Oberto Gili is a renowned photographer who specializes in shooting interiors and fashion. He works regularly for such publications as House & Garden, Town & Country, Travel & Leisure and British, Spanish and American Vogue. Gili divides his time between Rome and New York.

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