While waiting to see firsthand again the 55 previously unseen photographs Kenro Izu donated to the FMAV – Fondazione Modena Arti Visive, a virtual preview can be looked through thanks to the videoclips dedicated to the exhibition at FMAV MATA (www.fmav.org/mostre-e-attivita/). Requiem for Pompei deals with the ancient city and the subtle fascination of the ruins the eruption of the Mount Vesuvius left behind in 79 AD. Furthermore, Kenro Izu, composed his images including the casts of the victims (the clay-body of those who once lived here) in pity, respect and compassion, as if looking at the scene through the...
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