DESCRIPTIONThe time of life, Museo d'Orsay, Paris
AUTHORMy passion for images was born as a boy when I took my first steps in the world of analogue photography. Already at the beginning I was attracted to unconventional images, trying to observe hidden aspects in the things I saw. This attitude has evolved to the point that photography is no longer conceived as a means of fixing the images we see, but those we "want" to see. In this sense the vision appears absolutely relative and subjective. It is not the eyes that see but our mind. The camera then becomes only a pretext and an opportunity to give life to forms that are already ancestral present within us. They are given birth to recall very profound feelings and concepts. My work ranges from portrait, to abstract, from art to conceptual to express a strong emotional or simply visual impact.