Ghirrate (2015)

Luigi Ghirri (1943-1992) is one of the most influential Italian photographer of all times. Self-taught, initially snubbed by the critics, little by little he shaped his own internationally recognized style based on the following characteristics: giving value to apparently insignificant objects or places; use of color films typical of popular photography (such as Kodachrome), research of natural photomontages.

First and foremost a tribute to the great master, this is also a humble try to continue the research started and developed by Ghirri in the 1970s.