Here is Concordia, new book by Alessandro Gandolfi
“The Concordia no longer exists but Italy is full of things that remind us of that tragedy.” On the evening of January 13, 2012, the Costa Concordia, with 4229 people on board, hit a shallow water in front of Giglio Island: it was the largest liner ever wrecked in the world, and the tragedy took 32 lives with it. Ten years after the shipwreck, what remains today of that tragedy? Objects scattered around Italy, relics that tell stories, memory traces about life on board, stories of survivors, the fear of death and the joy of salvation.
Introductory texts by Antonio Carloni and Pablo Trincia.