Giovanni Chiaramonte was born in 1948. His work is inspired by the theological aesthetics of R. Guardini, HU von Balthasar and that of the Eastern Church, with P. Evdokimov, O. Clement, A. Tarkovskij, and his theme of work is the relationship between the places and destiny in Western civilization. The exhibition, presented at Fotografia Europea, is composed of two parts. The first part is in the baptisphere of the Cathedral and represents the photographer’s quest to find his fate beginning with his mother’s tomb to walk through the places where the history of the West took shape: Athens, Rome , […]
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