Thomas De Monaco was raised in the Swiss countryside. His ongoing affinity with nature may be one of the reasons why authenticity characterizes each of his images. Over time he has turned more and more to abstract photography. What interests him is the surface and its narrative potential, its peculiar ambiguity as a carrier of memory. This interest connects his abstract and...
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