I started this work as a personal necessity, in 2017. I wanted to re-evaluate the place where I was born and raised, explore it and especially photograph it, in a period of great modernization and changes. I began to extend this research beyond the borders of my region, particularly in Southern Italy, a place that I have always considered as “out of time” and which has always had a peculiar fascination on me. In particular, I focused my research on the lifestyle and the architectures of modern province, kitsch interiors left by the previous generation and the way Italian rural […]
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