Tennis Courts IV is a collection of photographs of empty tennis courts – private, public, old, new, abandoned – shot by photographer and filmmaker Giasco Bertoli over twenty-three years.
Bertoli says 'The number four is an intrinsic part of the DNA of tennis: It's the maximum number of players in a double’s match and the fewest amount of points it takes to win a game. Tennis’s four biggest tournaments make up the Grand Slam. But this obsessive series of tennis court photographs was never focused on tennis itself. It was more like a look at the cyclical return of the seasons, images of tennis courts throughout the years, with all their changes, the changes in the landscape, and the way I look at all those changes.'
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