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    A Photo Interview

    Surely you have heard that a picture is worth a thousand of words. I do think also that, if you need lot of words to explain a picture or a series, than something is not working. When Artwort proposed me a photo-interview, where I was allowed to answer only with pictures, I found it very…

  • The Man Who Looks at the Ground

    The Man Who Looks at the Ground

    It is so beautiful to stay on the beach until the evening. The crowd scattered, the silence is cuddled by the sound of the waves, the heat warms up, does not burn anymore. If then the clouds dance slowly a tango, without crying down their rainy tears on some human silhouettes, busy with chatting or…

  • Light Again

    Light Again

    It took a while, but finally here it is: a new design for my website, and a couple of new series uploaded. P.S.: the picture of this post is the one I used for my first post on my previous blog, a long long while ago, I believe in 2010…! I will recover some interesting…

  • Crossroads – A Street Photography Project

    Group exhibition of Street Photography of emerging Italian authors, curated by Ferdinando Fasolo, Angelo Maggi and Giampaolo Romagnosi. Photos by Fatima Abbadi, Leonio Berto, Nico Chiapperini, Antonio Chiorazzo (aka Romeo), Mary Cimetta, Enzo De Martino, Carmelo Eramo, Mirabella Stefano, Davide Scapin, Umberto Verdoliva. Info:candiani@comune.venezia.itinfo@mignon.it Web:www.centroculturalecandiani.itwww.mignon.it

  • “Shoot Wow” Live Exhibition

    On Thursday 29 November and Friday 30 November I was part of a two days exhibition, together with Eric Kim from the US, JB Maher from Ireland, Jens Mollenvanger from Belgium and Jesse Kraal from the Netherlands. We hit the streets and took photographs in different cities at the same time. Each of us was…

  • Church Entrance

    Difficult Pictures

    A nice, simple and direct image can often make the shot, assuring that wide approval so beloved and needed by our ego. But being too early satisfied makes us lazy. Therefore I force myself sometimes to look for, take and show what I call “difficult” pictures. I mean images that might look uninteresting at first…