Details are enormous in the photographs of Luca Campigotto. The bow of a boat occupies two thirds of the image, a crane boom cuts a photo into several segments, a heap of cables suggests the vastness of a ship, and the reflections of ocean liners awaiting passengers or the glimmer of an industrial building window give hints of unseen activity. Far in...
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