THE CRIME AND POWER ISSUE
ARCHIVIO is a biannual Italian magazine focused on archives and the edition is
exclusively built with archive's documents. Each issue involves the most relelvant archives
from all over the world with a high quality selection of pictures and exclusive contents.
THE CRIME AND POWER ISSUE includes: William Friedkin, Stasi Archive, La Notte, The
Secret Life Of Elena Ferrari, Giorgio De Chirico On World War One, The Jonestown
Massacre, Marco Malvaldi on suicide, Danse Macabre by Alberto Martini, Phone Taping
Vertigo on Aldo Moro. Great thought by Elio Petri On Police Power, Cold Balkan Blood by
Ana Blagojevic, Professor Andrea Pinotti on the shroud, Brad Feuerhelm on anxiety and
photography, Howard Bingham: The Invisible Photographer and Michael Salu on private
pictures from the first gulf war.