Started in 1978, the Pavesi Fine Arts Gallery takes part for the first time this year to MIA Fair, presenting a collection of photos by Renzo Tortelli, who has been recently honor awarded by FIAF – Federazione Italiana Associazioni Fotografiche. Tortelli’s photos tell the story off a magic place, Scanno, in which time seems to have stopped at the beginning of the century: Tortelli chose black and white to tell us this story made by the contrast between the dazzling white of the streets and the people dressed in black, women dressed with dark clothes and men with their black cloaks.
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