Photographer Alessio Forlano graduated in Architecture from Genoa in 2004. His professional experience helps him to use images as a tool for representation and personal interpretations of reality.
He explains; “Architecture and photography, although seemingly independent of one another, are closely connected by the elements by which both are self-reinforcing: the space, lighting, time and measurements.”
His works tackle a fascinating question: can the photography of architecture be an opportunity for artistic expression, or does it always produce an objective representation of reality? Decide for yourself:
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