SCRATCHES AND GRAFFITI ON BLUE: NOTHING BUT PHOTOGRAPHY #1

The city walls, in this case Milan, always reserve great surprises for my research project “Lacer / actions”. In this photo-gallery some of the photographic images that concern some scratches produced and created by wear and time. The wall had a blue base. And so the blue has given birth, over the course of months… Read More SCRATCHES AND GRAFFITI ON BLUE: NOTHING BUT PHOTOGRAPHY #1

THREE IMAGES FOUND IN THE ARCHIVE: THEY HAVE BEEN TAKEN TEN YEARS AGO

Here are three images from my “Lacer/actions” project-research. They were taken exactly 10 years ago, but I think they retain all their amazing energy. Obviously, these images are not paintings, but photographs. They refer to billboards, which I saw by chance along the roads. Yes, these are not collages built and created deliberately with my hands,… Read More THREE IMAGES FOUND IN THE ARCHIVE: THEY HAVE BEEN TAKEN TEN YEARS AGO

NEW VIDEO: RUST AS RED FLOWERS OF UNDECIPHERABLE PLANTS (MACRO PHOTOS)

Time and rust have the fascinating power to change things without the contribution and conditioning of the human being’s hand. The work and the creative action that rust can do are truly surprising. Like in this series of images (watch the video). We can glimpse scenes that remind us of dry leaves, fronds of trees… Read More NEW VIDEO: RUST AS RED FLOWERS OF UNDECIPHERABLE PLANTS (MACRO PHOTOS)

THE VASARI CORRIDOR IN FLORENCE WILL REOPEN IN 2021 (THE VIDEO)

  The so-called Vasari Corridor linking the Uffizi to the Pitti Palace in Florence will reopen in 2021 after an 18-month, 10-million euro renovation project, officials said on Monday. The link between the two monuments was closed in 2016 for safety reasons. The executive project for the renovation was presented on Monday by Uffizi Director… Read More THE VASARI CORRIDOR IN FLORENCE WILL REOPEN IN 2021 (THE VIDEO)

WHAT WE CAN DISCOVER ON A WASTE CONTAINER (THE HIDDEN WORLD VIDEO)

Abstract and macro images of a waste container in Bitonto (Apulia, Italy). I took them  for my “LaceR/Actions” project-research about torn and decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial matters. Yes, a waste container as an art installation! In the link below, you can read the beautiful article wrote by Fernirosso about… Read More WHAT WE CAN DISCOVER ON A WASTE CONTAINER (THE HIDDEN WORLD VIDEO)