2021 / Fine Art
/ Abstract (Non-Pro)
Traces (Tribute to The Artistic Movement of Italian Futurists)
Walking near a construction site I realized that the traces on the rough floor of a shopping center still under construction left by the forklifts for transporting goods evoked the charcoal drawings of the Italian Futurists and their research on speed and movement.
Indeed I’m interested in using a sense of mechanical abstraction in relationship to the elements in the photos and also in making dynamic, visually textured two-dimensional compositions that are graphic designs that rely on lines, planes of space, patterns.
An aesthetic tension created by the lines, shapes and contrast.
Lives in Umbria,Italy. Engineer. He prefers B/W reportage. He is co-author, with Luca Cardinalini of the photographic book “STTL La terra ti sia lieve”. With Luigi Loretoni, he published “Miserere”, in 2011 “Gubbio, I Ceri” and in 2014 “Kovilj”. Also in 2014 he published "Boxing Notes". He is co-author of the book “I colori del Jazz” and in 2019 he has published "Jazz Notes". In 2020 he published “Life and Death – Mexican Rhapsody”. Award winner or finalist in national and international competitions (has achieved these personal results in more than ninety contests over the past four years).