TITLE: The White
As a child, even a simple mist seems to us an immense and stunning mystery, and every distance seems immeasurable. When I took this picture, I tried to capture that moment of wonder and expectation, of the child watching the adults and the world around him with amazement and wonder.
No Tripod, 28mm F2.8
AUTHOR: Christian Brogi (Italy)
Critical presentation by Alessandra Marzuoli (Artribune 2016) In her work it is time that is investigated. Time is understood as a moment of transition between one action and another of the lived experience. The subjects, often in unusual situations, have the task and the ability, in their stillness, to show us the passage of time in a gesture. The works are often ambiguous, relative and lacking in a finite, they indicate the becoming, the mutability of existence giving life to multiple interpretations. They are always in balance between the present moment and the past moment. In his poetics, time is a flow
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