Livre d'artiste (une série de photographies oniriques de courts de tennis vides).
« I started photographing empty tennis courts in southern Switzerland in 1999, on the border to Italy. The work came about by chance. Some time after I'd moved to Paris, I was back in Switzerland, walking in the woods near were I grew up and I came across an abandoned tennis court. I photographed that one, then courts around the neighbourhood where I grew up, and have continued to photogragraph deserted tennis courts ever since. In general I think about images from my adolescence and also think of the visual experiences I've had with film as an experience of real life. »
Artiste « culte », Giasco Bertoli (né en 1965 à Cevio, Suisse, vit et travaille à Paris depuis 2000) s'intéresse, au travers de ses divers projets photographiques
(portraits, paysages de sa Suisse natale, piscines, garages, lieux d'habitation, arbres...), aux dimensions à la fois oniriques et ordinaires du quotidien. Il collabore à de nombreux magazines d'art et de modes internationaux.