Antonio Alizzi – Vite da funamboli
«The idea that through your book someone can take inspiration from the things we said it’s amazing».
From the interview with Andrea Bocelli
«Doing interviews is something I can’t stand because journalists make always the same questions. I saw you worked on it trying to be original. I really enjoyed it. Good job».
From the interview with Paolo Sorrentino
«I’ll tell you something strange: in my life I felt really free only in prison».
From the interview with Eduard Limonov
THE BOOK: This volume collects long dialogues between the author and important and talented international personalities of art, sciences, economy and sport. During these interviews, Alizzi asked to the interlocutors to reveal the most significant moments of their life, talking about their family, history, culture and important concepts such as crises and death. He asked them to focus on the impact of success and the effect of social recognition. Despite the differences between these artists, they have in common the same approach to life, such as the tightrope walkers towards the rope: by combining technique and courage, they manage to do not lose balance and keep on walking. Alone, on the top and clearly visible, they inspire and encourage those who observe them from below.
Žores Alferov, Andrea Bocelli, Carlotta de Bevilacqua, Makio Hasuike, Giovanna Iannantuoni, Andrei Konchalovsky, Eduard Limonov, Tulku Lobsang, Giovanni Minoli, Sydney Ohana, Vladimir Pozner, Charles Renfro, Edoardo Scioscia, Paolo Sorrentino, Federico Testa, Koen Vanmechelen, Julio Velasco, Irina Viner-Usmanova, David Yarrow.
Antonio Alizzi is an Italian journalist. He was born in 1982 in Germany. He graduated in International Relations, master in Human Resources, PhD in Management of Sciences. From 2011 to 2014 he teaches Management for Publishing at the University of Verona. Since 2015 he has been in Moscow where he works for Italian and Russian multinationals.
title: Vite da funamboli
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