Steve Huff has published today my post on the Shrine along the coast.
This post is about a place and a photograph that has been meaningful for my evolution as a photographer. ear with me through this memory flow as the first facts happened on April, 19th, 2007. 11 years ago, five year …
Today, 14 January 2018, is the fifthy adniversary of the Belice earthquake. Gibellina, 1968. A big eathquake strikes the Belice’s valley in Sicily, causing 231 casualties. Most of the towns were completely destroied, being Gibellina one of them. The city …
I’ve a subtle attraction for small cameras with great image quality: for me the best camera is the one I have with me most of the time.
Having used a great deal of gear over the years, starting from Canon SLR, up to my beloved medium format rig, today, for most of my photographs all I needed was a magic trio of Sony, Sigma and Ricoh Cameras.
In an interesting interview on The Artblog, Marianne Bernstein talks about her projects: Due South and Due North. Part II of the interview is available here.
Here some snapshots of the Simulacra exhibition at Etna Photo Meeting.
Simulacra will be on display during the 23° edition of Etna Photo Meeting, organized by Gruppo Fotografico Le Gru, in the nice location of Palazzo Recupero Cutore di Aci Bonaccorsi from 16 to 25 June 2017.
A review of Due South by Samantha Mitchell has been today published on Title Magazine.
A review of Due South by Stan Mir has been today published on Hyperallergic.
My Cuban photographs have been published on SteveHuffPhoto.com.
Some reactions to the Due South exhibition, going on till end of April ad Delaware Contemporary in Philadelphia. This is an interview realised by WHYY First to Marianne Bernstein, Due South Curator: Next an article published by the Philadelphia Inquirer:
Here’s a collection of snapshot of Suspended in Gente di Fotografia Gallery @ MIA PHOTO Fair 2017.
Gente di Fotografia, one of the most beautiful Italian magazines dedicated to Photography, features in this issue (nr. 67) my project Suspended. This is my second publication on the magazine, after “Simulacra“, featured in nr. 48. Gente di Fotografia is a …
Cuba. A photographer’s dream. One of the most iconic and photographed places on earth. I was thinking to all this while buying the tickets, for me, my wife and Vittorio (our 4 years old toddler) to spend 3 weeks of …
We are living in a time of accelerated change, I write in my Artist Statement. Cuba is one of those places where few things changed in the last decades. So where is the transition? How things will change in the future? …
With circa 300 people attending, Isolab opened in Taranto a series of personal exhibitions with my Touch Ground. Here some snapshots of the event.