"I am pleased that my photographs can be identified beyond their style for their special vision", says Aldo Fallai . A vision that grasps or captures the right moment. This is exactly what the observer feels visiting this exhibition in Florence that illustrates Fallai’s creative career with around 180 photographs, mostly in the Armani colors (white, grey, sand).
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