EROS is the series of photographic works that belong to the project started by Cattani a few years ago on Places of Art. A work commissioned at the beginning, which led him to work in museums like the Louvre, the Musée Rodin, the Vatican Museums, the Canoviana, and discover not only places full of stratified masterpieces, but also fascinating receptacles charged with emotions and physicality. Over and over a hand, a face, a breast become details of a living, vital and physical presence, bodies that speak and communicate, becoming unconscious actors in a contemporary show that goes on stage through...
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