“I’ve never been interested in photography, but in images. I believe my work starts where photography ends”, Olivo Barbieri states. And that’s what the exibit at the MAXXI in Rome suggests: images, quite amazing and colorful, dealing with Italy’s landscape, its provinces, as well as the collapse of the legend of modernity and the globalization of the Far East, the...
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