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    These works of art are on sale at 50% less of their original market price thanks to artists’contribution in order to fundraise Italian towns hit by 2016 earthquake the full amount will be transfer straight to the Amatrice Municipality, please for all information (prices, where to see the works, etc) contact previously: opere.per.ricostruire@gmail.com  

    A series of photos to honor this inspirational season full of natural colors and soft light, when life slows down before the winter arrive.

    Guatemala is a country quite famous for its colourful traditional fabrics and the more infamous civil war that damaged mainly the poor people – as usual I may say- most of all originally Maya. My mind always brings together colours with playfulness, maybe because in Italy we have black for mourning, white for wedding and   Read More …

    A visual reflection about animals in captivity, following the transformation of old recreational zoos into a committed to conservation and education places, now paradoxically passed off as loyal tools to preservation. Today animals are still in cages, no matter how natural they look like.  

    I shot this series in Peru South America in February. Although the rainy seasons was finished there was still a lot of rain causing disruptions along the Panamericana Sur 1S, which is the only main street that crosses the country from South to North. We left Arequipa heading to Nasca by car but the crossing of   Read More …

    Some years ago I was in Turkey with my friends and we took a ferryboat from Istanbul to Büyükada, a small island not to far from the capital, famous for having been a favorite destination since the old time by both artists and aristocracy. There are not motor vehicles on the islands: once there you   Read More …