The Swiss photographer Christian Tagliavini has been working on a new series entitled 1406 for more than three years. He combines the art of the fifteenth century and the Italian Quattrocento with contemporary photographic art. In a long process, Christian Tagliavini creates poignant portraits within which the dignity, grace and power at the beginning of the Renaissance are revisited. The...
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