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MASSIMO SIRAGUSA

FIUME LENTO

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The artist

A photography professor at the prestigious European Design Institute, Massimo Siragusa was born in 1958 in Catania, Sicily, and now lives in Rome. The many architectural treasures of his country form the main source of inspiration of his work. He likes to reveal certain ancient or contemporary sites, famous or lesser-known places, such as gardens and monuments, as well as urban or rural, artificial or natural panoramic landscapes. His photographs have been exhibited many times in Italian and international museums and published in magazines across the globe. Major brands and public institutions such as the Commune of Rome, the Province of Milan, Lavazza, ENI, Bosch, Versace or Milan Airport have also called on his talent to illustrate their advertising campaigns.  ... See more See less

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I think it's important to pay more attention to the landscape and the changes that people make, whether positive or negative.

MASSIMO SIRAGUSA

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Italy is one of the leading European tourist destinations. Famous for the beauty of its coastline, mountains, architecture, food, and for its painters, it offers incomparable cultural wealth. Yet, if we believe Massimo Siragusa?s images, it is in the huge malls or amusement parks that Italian tourists prefer to spend their free time. The photographer denounces these mass vacation sites and consumerist behaviour through the series ?Tempo Libro?, from which this photograph is derived. Dating from 2010, Fiume Lento was taken in the Gardaland amusement park located in Castelnuovo del Garda in Veneto. The overexposure of the colours and the work on white tones enable Massimo Siragusa to attain half-pastel, half-flashy hues, a muted and almost unreal atmosphere that highlights the artifice of these locations.

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How was your passion for photography born?
I started taking pictures after my high school diploma, during my university studies, but I decided to turn the passion into a profession only later. Before photographing I managed a bookstore / ga...

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