Facciate D'Italia | '12
Brief: Cities are like canvases that reflect on a lot of aspects through their million fragments. Through its buildings and architectural structures, the city engages in conversation with only the ones who really observe and listen. Across the city wander a lot of residents, lots of visitors and tourists. This is an attempt to document one type of the conversation that we usually miss to hear. A visual exploration that reveals one side of the identity of italien cities, their architecture, hidden patterns and their residents' traces. This series of photographs do not only explore a new visual approach in photographing architecture, but also it proposes an interesting way of portraying a city and the reflections of its residents.
Place: Milan, Como, Garda, Verona, Italy | Type: Photographic Series