Thanks to Roberto Strano who worked very actively to organize the exhibition in Brazil and attended the vernissage, I’m able to share with you some of the photos Roberto took during the event.
Assieme a Roberto Strano, Giovanni Nuccio, Salvatore Cavalli, Laredo Montoneri, Cosimo Di Guardo, Giuseppe Leone, Pasquale Vaccaro e Bruno Campolo, avrò in mostra a San Paolo, in Brasile, dal 5 al 31 Dicembre 2014 alcuni lavori (da Suspended, Etna e Sicily Houses) a colori, visibili di seguito. La mostra è curata da Roberto Strano e si terrà presso la sede …
Today Mt. Etna has been officially included in the UNESCO WORD HERITAGE with the following motivation: Mount Etna (Italy) is an iconic site encompassing 19,237 uninhabited hectares on the highest part of Mount Etna, on the eastern coast of Sicily. Mount Etna is the highest Mediterranean island mountain and the most active stratovolcano in the world. The eruptive history …
My gallery on latest Mr. Etna eruption has been today published by Repubblica.it.
Mt. Etna was spectacularly erupting late last night. I was prompt enough to get the most powerful phase of the eruption from a couple of key points I particularly like.
My shot “Living under a volcano” from the Project “Etna Breath” has been published by the National Geographic Magazine in the “Daily Dozen (September, Week two)“.
Le foto della serie Etna Ignites sono state pubblicate da Repubblica.it su questo link. Photos on Etna Eruption, Etna Ignites, have been published by Repubblica.it here.
Etna Ignites, Eruzione Etna 2006