Roberto Greco takes a wonder-tinted look at reality that he translates with the help of flamboyant metaphor and oneirism. Often much more complex than what they seem at first glance, his photographs let a great iconic culture, particularly that of painting, become visible. Roberto Greco is not sparing with humorous details, which are at times even cynical and allow for a distance from stereotypes and artistic references.
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