Illustrations with mixed techniques in dialogue with the 42 sonnets of "Solitude" by Paul Vangelisti (Edizioni Galleria Mazzoli, 2015)

The book is made up of forty-two sonnets, written between December 2013 and the end of 2014, an organic work that takes the shape of the places of memory, outlining an exploratory journey that becomes more precise as the poetic work proceeds to get lost in the labyrinth of memory in which there are two elective places: the Los Angeles hillside house, near the Los Angeles River, and the Lunigiana house, which once belonged to the author's ancestors, near the Bagnone stream. In the background Duke Ellington's melody "Solitude" (1934), which gave the book its title.