INVENTED BY POLYNESIANS IN ‘700, SURF IS A WAY OF LIFE IN CONSTANT GROWTH. INITIALLY CONSIDERED ALTERNATIVE, IT BECOMES EVEN MORE SPECTACULAR THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY AND LITERATURE THAT CATCH ITS SOUL
Surf Site Tin Type Joni Sternbach: a tribute to a sport and those who practice it. Portraits of contemporary navigators in areas throughout the world. The courage of men and women riding the waves.
Pipe Dreams: A Surfer’s Journey Kelly Slater: six-time world surfing champion, actor and latin lover. The tale of the struggles and triumphs collected from a sport that helped him escape from personal problems.
Blue Mind – Mind and Wallace J. Nichols water: the relationship between the two and the positive effects that the first collects from the second. Calm, serenity and harmony.
A golden age of John Witzig: a collection of iconic images taken by photographer John Witzig. A collection of the great years that have marked the evolution of surfing.
Surf photography of the 1960s and 1970s by Leroy Grannis: from a niche sport to a mainstream view. From “surfer stomps” the story of the free spirits of the past.