MISSING WORDS: PHOTOS OF DETERIORATED PAPER ON ADVERTISING BILLBOARDS #5

© Roberto Alborghetti  With this series of images I want to present some of the photos I took for my “Lacer/actions” project-research. Yes, they seem expressions of informal art, made by some painter. But they’re not paintings: they’re not created by the brush of a painter, but simply by the case. Or better: by the… Read More MISSING WORDS: PHOTOS OF DETERIORATED PAPER ON ADVERTISING BILLBOARDS #5

CHROMATIC LAYERS: PHOTOS OF DETERIORATED PAPER ON ADVERTISING BILLBOARDS #4

© Roberto Alborghetti  With this series of images I want to present some of the photos I took for my “Lacer/actions” project-research. Yes, they seem expressions of informal art, made by some painter. But they’re not paintings: they’re not created by the brush of a painter, but simply by the case. Or better: by the… Read More CHROMATIC LAYERS: PHOTOS OF DETERIORATED PAPER ON ADVERTISING BILLBOARDS #4

BROKEN LETTERS: PHOTOS OF DETERIORATED PAPER ON ADVERTISING BILLBOARDS #3

© Roberto Alborghetti  With this series of images I want to present some of the photos I took for my “Lacer/actions” project-research. Yes, they seem expressions of informal art, made by some painter. But they’re not paintings: they’re not created by the brush of a painter, but simply by the case. Or better: by the… Read More BROKEN LETTERS: PHOTOS OF DETERIORATED PAPER ON ADVERTISING BILLBOARDS #3

OVERLAPS AND TEARS: PHOTOS OF DETERIORATED PAPER ON ADVERTISING BILLBOARDS #2

With this series of images I want to present some of the photos I took for my “Lacer/actions” project-research. Yes, they seem expressions of informal art, made by some painter. But they’re not paintings: they’re not created by the brush of a painter, but simply by the case. Or better: by the spontaneous temporal mutation… Read More OVERLAPS AND TEARS: PHOTOS OF DETERIORATED PAPER ON ADVERTISING BILLBOARDS #2

PROCESS OF CHANGE: PHOTOS OF DETERIORATED PAPER ON ADVERTISING BILLBOARDS #1

With this series of images I want to present some of the photos I took for my “Lacer/actions” project-research. Yes, they seem expressions of informal art, made by some painter. But they’re not paintings: they’re not created by the brush of a painter, but simply by the case. Or better: by the spontaneous temporal mutation… Read More PROCESS OF CHANGE: PHOTOS OF DETERIORATED PAPER ON ADVERTISING BILLBOARDS #1

INFORMAL AND SPONTANEOUS ART: PHOTOS OF DETERIORATED AND TORN ADVERTISING ON BILLBOARDS

Scenes from a billboard in Lamezia Terme (Calabria, Italy). In this video I present some of the photos I took for my “Lacer/actions” project-research. Yes, they seem expressions of informal art, made by some painter. But they’re not paintings: they’re not created by the brush of a painter, but simply by the case. Or better:… Read More INFORMAL AND SPONTANEOUS ART: PHOTOS OF DETERIORATED AND TORN ADVERTISING ON BILLBOARDS

SIGNS OF THE TIMES (VIDEO): 20 MACRO PHOTOS (FROM 140,000 COLLECTED SO FAR)

Twenty “signs o’ the times”. Twenty scenes from the walls of a city (Bari, Italy). In this photo-gallery I present some of the pictures I gathered for my “Lacer/actions” project-research. As I usually like to say, they’re not paintings, they’re not created by the brush of a painter, but simply by the case. They’re abstract… Read More SIGNS OF THE TIMES (VIDEO): 20 MACRO PHOTOS (FROM 140,000 COLLECTED SO FAR)

MACROPHOTOGRAPHY ON VIDEO: BLACK’N’WHITE SCRATCHES OF A DECOMPOSED PUBLICITY POSTER

I created this video for my “Lacer/actions” project-research about torn and decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, industrial and urban matters. The Black ‘n’ White photos were taken in Bari (Italy).  They show what remains after an advertising poster has been torn because it has expired. For Info: okayredazione@gmail.com  

“THIS MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY IS REAL POP ART AVANT-GARDE”: IN MEMORY OF LINO LAZZARI, ART CRITICIAN

An article written 10 years ago, in the summer of 2011. My macro photography artworks in the review signed by an authoritative art critician: Lino Lazzari, professional journalist, writer, priest in love with art and life, dean in Italy of communication on art, a long editorial militancy for the newspaper “L’Eco di Bergamo”, author of… Read More “THIS MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY IS REAL POP ART AVANT-GARDE”: IN MEMORY OF LINO LAZZARI, ART CRITICIAN

THE SPA OF MONTECATINI (TUSCANY) DECLARED A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE WITH OTHER 10 “GREAT THERMAL CITIES OF EUROPE”

Photos: © Roberto Alborghetti The architectural and environmental structure of the Terme di Montecatini is a Unesco World Heritage Site. This was established by the session of the 44th UNESCO World Heritage Committee held in Fuzhou, China. The Committee recognized the site of the Great Spa Towns of Europe, consisting of 11 cities in 7… Read More THE SPA OF MONTECATINI (TUSCANY) DECLARED A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE WITH OTHER 10 “GREAT THERMAL CITIES OF EUROPE”

“PROJECTION GAME”#8 / THE VIDEO: WHAT DO YOU SEE IN THESE CRACKS?

What do you see in these pics? These images aren’t paintings, but macro photos of the world around us. They were taken from poles along the streets in Lamezia Terme (Italy). They are part of Roberto Alborghetti ‘s project and research (called “Lacer/actions”) about decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial matters.… Read More “PROJECTION GAME”#8 / THE VIDEO: WHAT DO YOU SEE IN THESE CRACKS?

“PROJECTION GAME”#7 / REALITY IS NEVER WHAT IT SEEMS

This is picture #7 of our “projection game”. Reality is never what it seems. It is the macro photography of the torn and defaced paper of an advertising poster on a billboard outside. What does it show? A cone of light? A moon at midnight? A luminous ball? An unidentified flying object? Or something else?… Read More “PROJECTION GAME”#7 / REALITY IS NEVER WHAT IT SEEMS