In Lost Venice (Damiani), photographer Sarah Hadley presents an alluring and haunting portrayal of this majestic city as distilled through her personal lens of loss and nostalgia. By contemplating the temporal beauty of Venice, Hadley examines our own impermanence and the uncertain future of this unique city. Hadley’s love of Venice was nurtured by her childhood spent living in an apartment above the Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts, where her father served as the museum’s director. Designed to look like a Venetian palazzo, the building reflected her father’s passion for Italian Renaissance art and architecture, which Hadley would later embrace. Her father introduced...
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