In the mountains or in the forests, so dense and intricate for their branches, Marco looks for his landscapes. He rarely focuses on pleasant places or on luxuriant nature for a pure visual pleasure. Throughout his slow and constant research, the magnificence of nature is just a pretext to reach the complete expression of himself. Those dark images reflect unease, which is nothing but an expression of the sense of emptiness towards life. A sense of helplessness, to be redeemed only in the beauty of what appears eternal, not subject to the transience of time, in the forms of what...
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