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With the freeware software Scribus I paginated the book, with Amazon’s Kindle Create I created my first eBook photo book. Later I also made the paper version, and now also with hard cover.
After the first two months with limited sales, a period began with continuous purchases, almost daily, of the various book models: Ebook, paper book, reading of the pages in the KDP Select project. The sales trend is now around € 20-30 per month.
For this artwork I wanted to create something that reminded me of the importance of living everything with love. At any time, life could end, but the love we passed on will remain forever.
The backpack like home, like culture that creates heavy barriers so as to take you to the bottom of the sea. Women who intervene to help others by saving as many children as possible from an uncertain future, even if I would lose him.
I thank the women in my life who have saved me from death several times.
Structure: steel frame with reinforcements Material for the form: clay and plaster for the filling material Finish: compacting glue and white acrylic Frame in acrylic painted wood
Size: height 34 cm – width 32 cm – depth 23 cm Weight: 4 Kg Mediums: Sculptur Materials: Plaster, iron, Wood
This project follows the Sustainable Development Goals
ANCESTRALE is a collection of new works and from various projects already exhibited. I made these works during the pandemic, when human relationships were reduced to a minimum. At that time I could rely heavily on my “intrinsic experience” to answer the new questions about existence and how to face the future. This experience has been handed down to me in part from the past and is present in the DNA as a huge ancestral archive and in part I acquired it during my growth and my experience. Those who best influenced my experiences are precisely women, always present in my existence and I give them all my admiration and respect, for their intrinsic ancestral power.
The ancestral woman. The Energy of the Ancestral Feminine, the lifeblood, is generous, kind, patient, inclusive, pacifying, offers listening, nourishes the body and spirit, radiates beauty and joy, expresses strength and determination without aggression, is welcoming and never in competition. , manifest compassionate wisdom. The woman who knows the secrets and mysteries of giving and nourishing life, “scandalous and magnificent” at the same time, an archetype of great and ambivalent power, in the psychology of Jung the Great Mother is one of the numinous powers of the unconscious. The ancient ancestral female wisdom is a precious contribution to the deep bonds between the generations of women who live today and the distant ancestors in time.
Size: height 34 cm – width 50 cm – depth 50 cm Weight: 4,5 Kg Mediums: Sculptur Materials: Plaster, iron, wood, acrylic – Gesso, ferro, legno, acrilico
BLOCKS ARCHIVE 2020
Size: height 80 cm – width 220 cm – depth 20 cm Weight: 8 Kg Mediums: Installation Materials: Wood, acrylic, fine art print – Legno, stampa fine art, acrilico
DIVINITY 001 2019
Size: ø 30 cm – depth 3 cm Weight: 1 Kg Mediums: Printed panel, Wood Materials: Wood, fine art print – Legno, stampa fine art
Size: height 201,5 cm – width 21 cm – depth 2,5 cm Weight: 3 Kg Mediums: Sculpture Materials: Wood, fine art prints, acrylic – Legno, stampa fine art, pittura acrilica
Size: height 199 cm – width 88,5 cm – depth 5 cm Weight: 8 Kg Mediums: Sculpture Materials: Wood, fine art prints, acrylic – Legno, stampa fine art, pittura acrilica
Size: height 52 cm – width 42 cm – depth 20 cm Weight: 3,8 Kg Mediums: Fine Art ink on photo-paper Materials:Wood, fine art print, acrylic – Legno, stampa fine art, acrilico
Size: height 125 cm – width 225 cm – depth 16 cm Weight: 12 Kg Mediums: Sculpture Materials: Wood , golden leaf , print, acrylic – Legno, foglia oro, stampa su carta, acrilico
Size: height 220 cm – width 190 cm – depth 1 cm Weight: 1 Kg Mediums: Arras, Arazzo Materials: Tissue, acrylic – Stoffa, acrilico
Size: height 124,5 cm – width 68,5 cm – depth 50,5 cm Weight: 7 Kg Mediums: Sculpture Materials: Wood, fine art print, paint – Legno, stampa fine art, vernice
Size: ø 18 cm Weight: 200 Gr Mediums: Sculptur Materials: Polystyrene, argil and paint – Polistirolo, argilla e vernice
FOCUSED PERSPECTIVE 2019 – DEA – DNA * EVE * ANCESTRAL
Reference: “When, then, the concept of” God “began to appear among humans, it was very different from the present one; the first god was female; this is quite natural to understand because if God is the creator of everything, who better than a woman can represent the creation of life and become the creative symbol par excellence? Who better than her can take care of her creatures, just as a mother breastfeeds and takes care of her offspring? It was only later, with the advent of agriculture and the abandonment of nomadic life that the concept of God began to change. There was almost a coup d’etat by the male god against his female antagonist, which has relegated women, from then until today, to a subjugated and socially inferior position compared to men. “ https://www.uaar.it/libri/dio-nato-donna/ God was born a woman – Sexual roles at the origins of divine representation – Pepe Rodríguez
It is a bit as if the suggestions of the real world were allowed to enter only after being transformed into an abstract experience.
Photographic project focused on the power of the fantasy and the imagination. “Photography”, from the Greek words PHOS and PHOTOS light and GRAPHIA from GRAPHOS to draw, translated: writing with the light. In the digital processing, with the use of post-production, burnt images can be obtained if digitally modified denaturing the photograph’s subject, burning the chromatic levels to get a new light and new colors that I like. Recording of a collaboration between light and non-static matter. Digital processing can create an illusory world, that my mind wants to see beautiful, is my need. By combining the paper support of the printed image with an equally changeable material, I want to see their transformation, without taking away the beauty, if beauty is also in the change.
Some photographs about “The Imaginary” Project on display at the “Almarosa” in Forte dei Marmi, were seen on channel TV Canale 5 during a television program “Striscia la Notizia” on October 22, 2019
Photographic images are ductile like a block of clay, each image is unique and can be considered raw material, but all together they form another new image and give life to a new, more complex visualization.
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“THE STREETS OF ART” is an artistic project referring to a forms of art in public or private places, but still accessible and visible from the street. Most disparate techniques: photography, artistic stickers, normographic art, graffiti, video projections, sculptures and more, The street is the place where we have mostly experience cultural interaction and where we can interact directly with art. The project calls for institutions, companies and individuals to request free exhibition spaces for art. It is a project to make creativity free of charge, to offering various exhibition spaces to new artists. Whit this project, even the most anonymous and forgotten corners of cities can become something special, to be re-evaluated and transformed into an attraction,[wpgmza id=”1″] capable of snatching a smile from us. Institutions, companies or individuals who agree to make space available may request a written agreement. The contract form is visible on the channel website. A photograph of that places will be published in the social networks of the exhibition channel and in Google Maps in the relative position of the host place. Both from social networks and from Google Maps you will be able to see where the work of art is placed, this brings the person directly into the street and specifically to the host place. “THE STREETS OF ART” exhibits art with the permission of the Lucca Advertising department office.
Photography and artistic adhesives
Photographs can be printed on paper, on removable adhesive, or on any other material, and then applied inside the showcase or on an external surface.
Stencil art and graffiti
For this sector the artist will need a surface to paint.
For this sector the artist will need a surface.
For this sector the artist will need a space (even minimal, the sculptures can also be small) where the sculpture can be positioned.
Violence against anyone, but especially against women and children, is a violation of human rights, global estimates indicate that about 1 in 3 women worldwide have experienced physical and/or sexual intimate violence or sexual violence during their lifetime. 38% of women are killed by male intimate partners. In this situation, the children are the weakest, the helpless spectators of daily crimes. Violence against woman and children has a permanent impact on the family and the community. Every year 75% of all children, regardless of social class, are subjected to violence or corporal punishment, mainly in the domestic home. “Political leaders must be present and break the silence around this critical problem”. There are no longer any territorial boundaries, so through photography, we can report all this.
President of the non-profit association “Le Dame Schools”
I started photographing using the development and the chemical printing, realizing the solutions directly from the chemical elements, I gained experience with every type of 35 mm and medium format camera at the optical bench. Later I moved into digital processes. My research is focused on the relationship between perception and reality, between illusion and truth.
I was born in 1967 in a town in the province of Lucca, to a family of farmers. I radicalized a strong desire to record and document, as a kind of obsessive inner search. At the age of 8-9 years I practiced with a small camera ZIMMERMANN. In 1979 with my first 35mm COSINA CT-1 camera I recorded family moments on vacation and in home life.
In 1992 I went to the “DAMS”, University of Bologna, in the field of artistic disciplines, in a period when the city was electrified by changes and political turmoil. A city where I found the first professional assignments as a photographer.
In 1995 I moved to Milan where I gained highly professional experience in the field of fashion and design photography, collaborating with internationally renowned photographers such as: Andrea Marchionni, Malena Mazza, Douglas Ordway and Sofia Riva, and highly specialized photographic studios such as Superstudio1 by Fabrizio Ferri.
I recently worked as a responsible photographer in projects for some important Italian companies such as: Family and Slim spa. His works have appeared in several publications, both nationally and internationally, such as GQ Italia, Domus, Estetica, Mucchio Selvaggio, Rockerilla, Cinema Sessanta, Orologi & Market, Il Mare e la Marina, Valori Magazine.
Now I dedicate myself to the free school of visual arts, and the realization of a widespread dissemination of works of art in general and of any level of expression, as a universal language.
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