A SUMMER IN CINQUE TERRE For me as a photographer it seems important to me to resurrect the poetry, the beauty and the side transcendent of our everyday life to save its meaning in this world of speed and materialism. It is precisely the daily newspaper itself that has an immense, exceptional character. Each moment exists with its own uniqueness and it is unlike any other. So, for me, the everyday is nothing trivial, on the contrary, it is the mortality of each of us and the things that we surround that is played in every thousandth of a second […]
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