"Solos in the city", is an analysis on the close relationship that exists between men and the environment in which they live. Modern places, mostly cities, suburbs. Only a pretext for focusing attention between the analogies that exist between people and places in which they live every day. A look certainly melancholic, which amplifies the condition of loneliness of modern man to find his habitare secum, "to live with himself." At one time, the rural areas was the arena of this solitary dance man, today is the city, the metropolis. At any latitude. The sites, in some images, almost seem to follow in the clothing and human figures. A vision also so romantic and dreamy, that gives space to wide interpretations on the relationship between man and space.
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