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Digital Inspiration from the Dark Side of the Kitchen | Interview with Graphic Designers Giuliano Antonio Lo Re & Matteo Gallinelli

Digital Inspiration from the Dark Side of the Kitchen | Interview with Graphic Designers Giuliano Antonio Lo Re & Matteo Gallinelli

An original idea While we have always been intrigued by the mystery surrounding the night sky, stars and planets, Italian digital artists Giuliano Antonio Lo Re and Matteo Gallinelli invite us to take a look at this distant world  through an unexpected lens. Using ordinary household frying pans, the graphic designers created celestial bodies for...
Iranian Living Room | Fabrica

Iranian Living Room | Fabrica

Far away and close to home Iranian Living Room, the new self-published book of photographs by Italian communications research center Fabrica, expresses the three basic desires of the art of photography described by Helmut Newton: to discover, to move, to capture the flavor.     Under the creative direction of Italian photojournalist Enrico Bossan, the...
Instagram Addicted | Top 10 Italian Instagram Accounts to Follow

Instagram Addicted | Top 10 Italian Instagram Accounts to Follow

The Best Italian Instagramers Thanks to Instagram and smartphone photography, anyone can share the colors, shapes, objects, people and scenes that make up their day. With so many people from around the world active on Instagram, it’s hard to sort out the most interesting users from the mess of pre-teen selfies, blurry puppy dog pics...
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Immediate Voyeurism | Interview with Photographer Marco Marzocchi

Immediate Voyeurism | Interview with Photographer Marco Marzocchi

When you come across the photo of someone whose work you find interesting, you’ll inevitably search the image for clues about what that person is like. That’s exactly what I did with Italian photographer Marco Marzocchi. Marco has the slightly tousled hair of someone who is pretty easygoing. One half of his face is hidden...
Good Bye My Love | Michele Petruzziello

Good Bye My Love | Michele Petruzziello

Yesterday and Today Meet with the Italians of New York     When looking at Michele Petruzziello’s photos questions suddenly pop into your mind: Where we are? Is this a journey into the future or a jump into the past? In the background is a modern and hectic New York City with its skyscrapers, lights, streets, bridges...
Around the World, Couch by Couch with Italian Photographer Gabriele Galimberti

Around the World, Couch by Couch with Italian Photographer Gabriele Galimberti

  Interview with the photographer Gabriele Galimberti Can you imagine traveling around the world and sleeping in a different bed every night for a year?  Well, how about traveling around the world and sleeping on a different couch every night for a year?  While it might be hard, even for the most flexible traveler, that’s just what...
Behind the Lens with Francesco Carrozzini

Behind the Lens with Francesco Carrozzini

Interview with Photographer and Director Francesco Carrozzini   Bold and full of attitude and emotion, Francesco Carrozzini’s photographs and videos don’t ask for your attention, they take it.     In front of the lens are musicians – Marilyn Manson, Keith Richards,  Katy Perry, directors – Tim Burton, David Cronenberg, Pedro Almodovar, actors – John...
Francesco Margaroli | Reality Sucks, but Film Will Never Die (Maybe)

Francesco Margaroli | Reality Sucks, but Film Will Never Die (Maybe)

Interview with Italian Photographer Francesco Margaroli The first time I saw Francesco Margaroli’s photos, I immediately fell in love with them. I don’t know if it was because of the variety of his subjects, which range from industrial architecture to simple details of everyday life, or because of the clear and simple way he presents them. Probably...
Italian Artist Nicola Carigniani | Tales from the Californian Desert

Italian Artist Nicola Carigniani | Tales from the Californian Desert

  We normally think of two things when we talk about the desert: heat and sand.  Instead, in “Obtainium – Tales from the Desert” Italian artist Nicola Carigniani seeks out and photographs the hidden side of the Californian desert.     His project consists of photographs which portray the daily life of everyday people in...
Il Clan del Wu | Alessandro Zuek Simonetti Captures the Wu-Tang Clan

Il Clan del Wu | Alessandro Zuek Simonetti Captures the Wu-Tang Clan

After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts of Venice in 2001, Alessandro Simonetti became a professor of Photography at The Institute of Arts in Padova, Italy. He started shooting photos  while he approached the nice young cultures in the early 90’s in Italy. His work has been published in ground-breaking international magazines such as...
Bianco Trash | Luca Pizzaroni on view at Fred Torres New York

Bianco Trash | Luca Pizzaroni on view at Fred Torres New York

Italian Luca Pizzaroni talks to us. His Fred Torres exhibit shows if some art can be considered garbage then garbage can be considered art.
Massimo Nolletti | Photography Vibrations

Massimo Nolletti | Photography Vibrations

  Through his camera lens and the filter of his sensibility, Italian photographer Massimo Nolletti transforms musical notes into images of the world.  The result is a photography that mixes the power of musical vibrations with intense imagery. Nolletti currently lives and works in York. Don’t forget to check, after the interview, Massimo’s playlist and short...