This new series is part of a project I recently began concerning Etruria, an ancient Italian region now part of Tuscany, Lazio, Emilia-Romagna and Umbria. As always in my photography, elements of the landscape come together with intimacy, embracing a dimension that is at once documentary in its tracing the origins of the Italian peninsula, and connected to the more intimate aspect of memory and memories of the passing of time.
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