The Confine exhibition by young Italian photographer Vittoria Gerardi (born in 1996) is one of the most astonishing that I have seen lately. Her photographs are as intriguing as they are surprising. Confine is a series of abstract compositions taken from a three-week trip in Desert Valley (United States). The abstraction of simple landscape shots, the infinite variations of gray...
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