My interest in photography comes directly from my passion for art and in particular for graphics to which I have dedicated my collecting activity since the end of the 1960’s. I think I can identify the passage from graphics to photography was when I understood the affinities between these two methods of representing the world, after analysing in depth and meditating on the cliché-verre practice of the nineteenth- century, a drawing made on a translucent glass that is applied on a photosensitive paper and exposed to the light of the sun; the paper is then submitted to the production and fixing process. In particular I reflected on the reproducibility of both art languages in terms of circulation.
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