The wider audience knows Giuseppe Pino only as a portraitist, and an observer of the jazz universe but in four decades he has kept his style intact while working in different genres: nudes, fashion, advertising and corporate image. There are recurring features in his images and portraits: irony, together with naturalness (not much), a lot of surrealism and, today, even a bit of sarcasm.
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