Reality is more important than the imagination for Paolo Pellizzari. He travels the world in search of those details that sew trouble on otherwise innocuous situations. That’s his way of confronting the world, curious and greedy, and his state of mind, which he communicates through his astonishing series of amused tenderness. Seventy photographs, framed in black wood, a subtle nod to photo negatives.
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