Silver 2021 Editorial / Personality
The Shadows Have No Roots
The Greek and Latin kingdom of the dead, Hades, was inhabited by the shadows of the dead, by bloodless duplicates of what once were beings in full force. The shadow is an image, a representation of the object that casts a shadow, but it is an incomplete representation of it, a silhouette in which only the outline is represented. In this period where Covid has very often forced us to be isolated, our shadows are more similar to the shadows of Hades, they have no root, that is, they do not have the subject that determines them. In this print, 3m by 2m, I have represented this idea. Print 3mx2m.
He was born in L'Aquila on 11 March 1963 where he lived until 1998. Now lives and works while cultivating his photographic passion.
He has exhibited in various exhibitions and has appeared in important showcases.
He has exhibited in various exhibitions and has appeared in important showcases bringing some of his works to the 17th "Contemporanea" exhibition in Forlì in November 2013 and to the 12th edition of "Vernice art fair" in Forlì in March 2014, experiences that he repeated also in 2015 and 2016.
In 2017 he presented a personal exhibition entitled "R.I.M.I.N.I. ".