RVM front-to-back cover discloses the theme of the issue thanks to the force of one shot which, all by itself, makes up a story. But our cover is also the meeting point between the mag and the website: each issue, RVM dedicates its cover to a broader photographic project which will not dwell in the printed pages, but will lead readers directly to www.rearviewmirror.it, offering a wider field of view. Through this relationship, the universe of RVM does not end on paper, but faithful to its path of research, develops and suggests new forms of interaction.
La cover fronte-retro che avvolge RVM rivela il tema della rivista con la forza di uno scatto che, da solo, racchiude il paradigma di una storia. Ma non solo: la nostra cover è il punto in cui si salda il legame del magazine con il suo sito. Ogni numero di RVM riserva infatti la sua copertina all'immagine di un lavoro fotografico più ampio che trova spazio sul web, guadagnando così un'ulteriore finestra di racconto. Grazie a questa relazione, l'universo di RVM non si esaurisce sulla carta, ma, fedele alla sua percorso di ricerca, sviluppa e propone nuove forme di interazione.
Issue #8 Coverstory
RVM#8 cover is taken from the series Les echangistes by the French photographer Flore-Ael Surun (Neuilly sur Seine, 1975). The series documents swingers party in the parisian suburbs.
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Issue #7 Coverstory
Carnaval recaptures images made during the festival in Bahia, highlighting the expressions of people in the middle of the crowd that follows the "trio elétrico", a gigantic truck crossing the avenue equipped with a high power sound system with a music group playing on the roof.
Anna Di Prospero
Issue #6 Coverstory
Born in Rome in 1987, for the past three years Anna Di Prospero has been working on self-portraiture, shooting herself only and exclusively at home to investigate through photography the intimacy of her family ties.
Issue #5 Coverstory
To cheer her up, her grandson Sacha suggested that they shoot a series of outrageous photographs in unusual costumes, poses and locations. Grandma reluctantly agreed, but once they got rolling, she couldn't stop smiling.
Issue #4 Coverstory
During the past two years, the american photographer asked to individuals of different ages and backgrounds to take her home with them to a place they feel they come from.
Issue #3 Coverstory
The Devil's Horsemen by Anastasia Taylor-Lind documents the life of Camilla Neprous, 22, one of the most famous acrobatic horsewomen in the world.
Issue #2 Coverstory
The #2 cover is taken from Mui and Pha by Justin Maxon. Maxon, born in 1983 in California, realized a photographic reportage about Mui, a woman who had been living homeless for five years on the streets of Hanoi, Vietnam, with her five-year-old son, Pha.
Issue #1 Coverstory
Horseboy by Justin Jin, RVM #1 coverstory, is a photographic diary about the journey in Mongolia of Rupert and Kristin, parents of an autistic child, Rowan.