THE SPONTANEOUS ART FORM OF DEFACED ADVERTISING POSTERS / THE PORTFOLIO OF THE BEST SHOTS #1

The reality that surrounds us often takes on surprising forms of art. Like the advertising posters: defaced, torn and decomposed naturally and spontaneously. There are those who reconstructed them on canvas. But I think it’s even more beautiful to admire them freely along the streets of our cities. And photograph them: so far there are… Read More THE SPONTANEOUS ART FORM OF DEFACED ADVERTISING POSTERS / THE PORTFOLIO OF THE BEST SHOTS #1

“MACROPHOTOGRAPHY: COLORS”, THE AESTHETICS OF DECOMPOSITION (NEW VIDEO )

BEST WISHES FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR! This video is part of “LaceR/Actions”, a multidisciplinary project concerning macrophotography and close-up photography of decomposed and torn publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial tokens. Impressed by photo camera and transferred on canvases, reproduced on lithographic prints or textiles, re-built on collages or scanned in video clips, the details of natural unraveling take on surprising palettes… Read More “MACROPHOTOGRAPHY: COLORS”, THE AESTHETICS OF DECOMPOSITION (NEW VIDEO )

“COLORS OF AN APOCALYPSE”: 10 YEARS AGO MY SOLO SHOW AT ALDOBRANDESCA FORTRESS IN TUSCANY

“Colors of an Apocalypse”: 10 years ago, in these days, my exhibition was inaugurated at the Rocca Aldobrandesca in Piancastagnaio (Monte Amiata, Siena) promoted by the Municipality and by the enthusiasm and resourcefulness of the mayor of the time, Fabrizio Agnorelli , of Osa Onlus with prof. Nicola Cirocco and the Pro Loco, with the… Read More “COLORS OF AN APOCALYPSE”: 10 YEARS AGO MY SOLO SHOW AT ALDOBRANDESCA FORTRESS IN TUSCANY

BEESTON (NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, UK): PHOTOS OF CORROSIONS THAT LOOK LIKE DISTANT GREEN GALAXIES (PART #2)

© Roberto Alborghetti  Here are other photographic “surprises” from Beeston, a city bordering Nottingham (UK), where The Ghost Bus project was born. After the series of slideshows on the blued large container of building materials waste, here is the photogallery on the macro images that I took around another small container, also on the large… Read More BEESTON (NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, UK): PHOTOS OF CORROSIONS THAT LOOK LIKE DISTANT GREEN GALAXIES (PART #2)

10,000 VIEWS FOR “THERE IS A CRACK IN EVERYTHING” VIDEOCLIP

It surpassed 10,000 views on my YouTube channel. This is the video dedicated to macro photography that I took of the many “cracks” that surround us. Inside each “crack” there is an extraordinary world. And it’s not just a metaphor for life, as beautifully written in Leonard Cohen’s song. Cracks is part of my Lacer/actions… Read More 10,000 VIEWS FOR “THERE IS A CRACK IN EVERYTHING” VIDEOCLIP

THE BLUE WASTE CONTAINER IN BEESTON (UK): MACRO PHOTOS OF SCRATCHES, CORROSIONS AND RUST (SLIDESHOW #1)

Watch the Slideshow – © Roberto Alborghetti  Even on my last visit to Beeston, a city that borders Nottingham, I discovered something interesting that caught my attention and my eyes. Here, where The Ghost Bus project was born, I came across, last spring, not a car or a bus of public transport, but a large… Read More THE BLUE WASTE CONTAINER IN BEESTON (UK): MACRO PHOTOS OF SCRATCHES, CORROSIONS AND RUST (SLIDESHOW #1)