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I am a huge Street View fan. Not only does it provide me with a daily dose of escapism from dreary routine, but it also …

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Dear Satura Art Gallery,   I’ve been receiving you tremendous, as unrequeste, newsletter for two years. During these two years, I have never discovered a …

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  War and Peace is not so amusing to read, and when I say it is not so amusing to read, do not misunderstood me, …

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  Oh my God, masculine and feminine nouns is like the strangest thing ever. There is just no sense to it. What makes a glass …

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White Ribbon 2

I would say something on cinema, even though I’m really out of the subject. I accidentally saw a movie by the Austrian director Michael Haneke. …

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Damien Rice, O - 2002

Amie come sit on my wall And read me the story of O And tell it like you still believe That the end of the …

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Jean-François Millet, The gleaners, 111 x 84 cm, Musée d'Orsay - 1857

Here it comes a photographer, or perhaps an artist – it’s the same – maybe he’s half a writer, or a curator – bad news! …

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  All the years with few photos are happy years to me.    

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Sixteen pictures for Unicredit Tower, Milan, Italy - 2013

If there is an aspect of the real that Photography doesn’t get along well with, this is what we can call the “too-muchness”. Think about …

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Hieronymus Bosch, The last judgment, oil on panel - 1482/1516

Italian only, please switch language to IT on the menu.        

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Robert Littman Floating in My Pool, Oct. 1982

David Hockney, more then once, said: “Photography has failed…How many truly memorable pictures are there? Considering the milllions of photographs taken, there are few memorable …

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Giancarlo Vitali, La pazza di Sant'Agata- 1984

Italian only, please switch language to IT on the menu.  

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