In this project Erika Zolli wanted to immortalize ten monochrome sculptural marbles present at the Galleria d’Arte Moderna in Milan which she brings back to life through color. A process where photography intertwines with meticulous and accurate post-production. “A Little Known Marble” is her most recent work. This project is a journey of imagination. “The whole process was born from wanting to imagine these sculptures taking up the tradition of the typical color of ancient sculptures. The tradition of Renaissance classicism and neoclassical academicism has accustomed us to the monochrome of the statues, a situation far removed from the original state of […]
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