Milan is a grey city. Essentially, it’s a uniform casting of asphalt and cement. Bringing some colour in its streets is a very hard work. This project, made of 18 images, is dedicated to the many and various flowers kiosks spread in each neighbourhood of the city. It tells about an impossible challenge, lost already at the beginning, against a hostile environment, as said, and in the good season against heat and sun too, which risk to burn flowers.
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