David Bradford: Drive-By Shootings

New York is certainly one of the most photographed cities all over the world. Its views are renowned, its corners familiar even to those who never walked in the city that never sleeps. The vision of one of the most unsuspected people, one of those silently slipping presences that crosses our path every day, a taxi... Continue Reading →

Fotorivoltelle, bici-fotografiche e …tanto di cappello!

Curiosando in polverose soffitte e vecchi bauli ecco saltare fuori cappelli a cilindro e rivoltelle fotografiche! Chi almeno una volta non ha invidiato al celebre agente segreto James Bond uno dei suoi strepitosi marchingegni? Ma può anche capitare, sfogliando antiche enciclopedie dalle pagine ingiallite o frugando in polverose soffitte, di imbattersi in altrettante curiose antichità, tracce... Continue Reading →

Alexey Titarenko: the suspension of time.

In the foggy streets of St. Petersburg, Titarenko wanders around to capture the residual atmospheres of the night’s time. The early morning snow still virgin, the light that opens the eyes on the facades of old and dusty buildings, a figure made more of condensation than of flesh and veins, this is the face described... Continue Reading →

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