"Luigi Ghirri: Kodachrome"
Time Out says
Luigi Ghirri's work represents the European analog to the 1970s color-film experimentation by such American fine-art photographers as William Eggleston. Ghirri's approach to picture taking, however, was much more formal and Conceptual in nature, as it often commented ironically on the conventions and technical nature of photography itself. This thread tied together his otherwise varied portfolio of subject matter. The images here were all part of Ghirri's first book, self-published in 1978, and titled simply Kodachrome.