A new shooting for Zero6studio architects, two apartments in Rome. Here is a selection of photos from two renovations they recently completed. Un nuovo shooting per Zero6studio, due appartamenti a Roma. Qui una piccola selezione di foto da due ristrutturazioni recentemente completate.
Il 27 e 28 febbraio, nel complesso dell’ex cartiera latina, Naked City Project, con VISIVA e Linux Club Italia, presenta 2NC-Fest, seconda edizione del festival di narrazioni urbane multimediali: photo-screening, multimedia, videoart, vjing, performance, cartografie digitali, web-doc e convegni, esploreranno e racconteranno la realtà urbana in costante e problematica trasformazione. Io ho il piacere di partecipare come membro del Collettivo NCP, con foto dalla mia serie Insulae
I am proud to be the 400th photographer featured on New Landscape Photography, a blog by curator and photographer Willson Cummer, who, once a week, publish contemporary art from around the world that explores the natural and built environments.
Una mia foto del matrimonio di Sofia e Matteo è stata pubblicata sul Wedding Book di Io Donna, il femminile del Corriere della Sera. Una coppia così non poteva non finire su una bella rivista!
The “Experience of Space” exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, in Novi Sad, was a great success, especially thanks to the curators. Here are some views of the very nice installation, just before the vernissage.
I am very pleased to announce that I am one of 50 photographers to be commended at the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards in the Low Light category. I am honored to be recognized in a competition that received 139,554 entries from 166 countries. The commended photograph, part of the series “Fiori 24h”, will be displayed at Somerset House as part of World Photo, London England, from May 1 – May 18, 2014. The Sony World Photography Awards is widely recognised as the leading global photographic awards programme in existence today. Here you can find my photo among the other commended photos in the Low …
In the last months, my “Fiori 24h” series has literally traveled the world through websites, blogs and tumblr posts. It all started when I published it in my Behance profile, where it had good success (even arriving in the “Photography served” section). Somebody then posted it on Tumblr, where it has been liked or reblogged more than 20.000 times, and even landed on the homepage! The Tumblr success drew the attention of various international website editors, who have spread the story of the Roman flower kiosks all around the world. I’ve seen this series published in the Netherlands, in Russia, …