The work of Christian Tagliavini can be experienced in many ways. Its duality of expressive artistry & meticulously controlled portraits, display a beautifully curated world of sitters posed within the handcrafted clothes made by the artist himself. Set against the backdrop of art history, referencing movements such as the Renaissance & Cubism, he wields his lens after the long complex process of designing, building & making to create his mise en scène.
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