The kiss stolen on the street is a classic theme of photography.
Robert Doisneau wrote: “The world I was trying to show was a world where I would have felt good, where people would be kind, where I would find the tenderness I want to receive. My photos were like proof that such a world was possible. “
Much more modestly and at a distance of about sixty years, I promised myself to document the acts of love in a public place, helped by the emancipation of the costume. What’s more beautiful than a simple kiss in a public place…
Mario Dal Molin