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Reality shows itself through limitless ways. Thus, everybody tries to intercept it by exploring the most adequate language. My curiosity has recently spread over artificiality which pervades our lives. For us, Europeans, a bit refined, yet outdated at the same time, it is easy to target some simple and desperate expressions of the American way of life. “Worldsamerica” collections summarise some of these aspects. In particular, when they compare – within few miles – dreams enclosed in a vintage car gathering and abandonment of villages which spring up and fall down because of business: yesterday-not there / today-existing / tomorrow-dead. Once again, the language of photography adapts to its scenes: colours and full immersion against smoothness and distance.

Approx. 70x100 cm - Edition of 5 + 1 AP



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