Friday, February 17, 2017

INDIVIDUAL SPIRITUALITY Prints


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Puri, India

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Sahara, Algeria
Part of the long lasting BELIEVERS project, whose images were published in several books, these images were captured in 2001 in the sacred city of Puri, on the East coast of India, in the Sahara desert of Algeria, in Antigua Guatemala.
Searching for these intimate moments of intense spirituality was in fact the focus of my work: mass, collective moments are part of the religious culture worldwide, but what I really love is the moment when the individual faces alone the God he worships. However he calls It.

These prints are part of the series in the Belivers gallery composed of 48 images.

The fine art 2016 edition has a 10 copies run for the 42x63cm size on Epson Cold Press Natural paper, respecting the Digigraphie standards.
As all of the other prints it comes signed with it's authenticity certificate.
(Standard print is also available)


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Semana Santa, Guatemala

Friday, February 10, 2017

ALGER FOOTBALL SCORE Print



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In 2005 the Kasbha of Alger was the heart of the bloody religious and political unrest in the country, Deserted alleys and breathtaking views would reveal one after the other to the daring wanderer. This small urban football ground was kind of symbolic for the vitality hidden behind the white walls.


The image was shoot on film in the Hasselblad Xpan format in 2005.
This print is part of the Xpan gallery.

The fine art 2016 edition has a 6 copies run for the 42x111cm size on Epson Cold Press Natural paper, respecting the Digigraphie standards.
As all of the other prints it comes signed with it's authenticity certificate.
(Standard print is also available)

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

EXTREME NORTHERN NORWAY - Epson Calendar February Print


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The February photo in "Senza Confini", the 2017 Epson calendar, is a perfect reflection of a northern cloudy sky in the unusually peaceful sea waters of a fjord.
It's probably the more subdued image in the calendar: an extended scale of grays and greens leading to a pale blue. Like to assert how an profound calm in a extreme faraway landscape can be as surprising as any violent act of nature,

Shoot in the summer of 2012, is a multiple digital images blend.
This print is part of the Epson Calendar "Senza Confini" gallery

The fine art 2016 edition has a 10 copies run for the 42x111cm size on Epson Cold Press Natural paper, respecting the Digigraphie standards.
As all of the other prints it comes signed with it's authenticity certificate.
(Standard print is also available)

Thursday, January 26, 2017

A DIVE IN ZURICH print


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Diving from a platform on Zurich lake on a summer afternoon. Capturing the moment when the young diver seems to be abstractly flying in front of a distracted crowd. A metaphysical image from a quiet Sunday.  

The image was shoot digitally in 2010.
This print is part of the Singles gallery.

The fine art 2016 edition has a 6 copies run for the 42x63cm size on Epson Cold Press Natural paper, respecting the Digigraphie standards.
As all of the other prints it comes signed with it's authenticity certificate.
(Standard print is also available)

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

SALT CARAVAN IN CHAD The Xpan Print


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In one of the most desolated, yet spectacular areas of this world, the Chadian Sahara desert, salt caravans bound to Libya are the only life to be encountered for hundred of kilometers. Rare water wells are the occasion for short stops and aggregation.
Shoot in this environment in 2005 on Panoramic format, the gallery is a 24 images collection of extreme landscapes with sharp lines and colors.


The image was shoot on film in the Hasselblad Xpan format in 2005.
This print is part of the CHAD Xpan gallery.

The fine art 2016 edition has a 6 copies run for the 42x111cm size on Epson Cold Press Natural paper, respecting the Digigraphie standards.
As all of the other prints it comes signed with it's authenticity certificate.
(Standard print is also available)

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

LOFOTEN ISLANDS in WINTER print


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As spectacular as this European borderland can get, Lofoten Islands are a paradise for lights and colors at the end of the winter season, when days are becoming longer and the sun is still near the horizon. A gallery of straightforward landscapes but with intense atmospheres and subdued tones.

The image was shoot digitally in 2016.
This print is part of the LOFOTEN ISLANDS gallery.

The fine art 2016 edition has a 10 copies run for the 42x63cm size on Epson Cold Press Natural paper, respecting the Digigraphie standards.
As all of the other prints it comes signed with it's authenticity certificate.
(Standard print is also available)

Thursday, January 5, 2017

ARIZONA HIGHWAY - Epson Calendar January Print


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The January photo in "Senza Confini", the 2017 Epson calendar, is the US highway leading from Kayenta, Arizona to the Monument Valley.
It was chosen to open the calendar for how it really embodies the sense of travel, of going toward and losing themselves into the horizon.
Shoot in February 2005, on film with a Hasselblad Xpan camera.
This print is part of the Epson Calendar "Senza Confini"
The fine art 2016 edition has a 10 copies run for the 42x111cm size on Epson Cold Press Natural paper, respecting the Digigraphie standards.
As all of the other prints it comes signed with it's authenticity certificate.
(Standard print is also available)

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

CORDUSIO SQUARE IN MILAN

http://www.andreapistolesi.org/ibm31kf1402.html

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A single moment in Piazza Cordusio, the heart of the classical Milan. Capturing the atmosphere of this business capital, bourgeois heaven, shopping Mecca, overshadowed by the looming economical crisis, is not easy. This image seems to symbolize it all.

The image was shoot digitally in 2011.
This print is part of the Singles gallery.

The fine art 2016 edition has a 6 copies run for the 42x63cm size on Epson Cold Press Natural paper, respecting the Digigraphie standards.
As all of the other prints it comes signed with it's authenticity certificate.
(Standard print is also available)


Sunday, December 18, 2016

BUGIS SAILORS


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Bugis in Indonesia, have a long history of sailing and ship building with traditional techniques. The reportage covered the southern part of Sulawesi island, the original homeland of this sea culture that is rightly defined as the "Phoenicians of Asia", and where Pinisi ships are still built on the beaches using only wood and no iron rods. They used to sail (and a few still do) from Makassar to Borneo and on to Jakarta and the ports of Southeast Asia, where they created several communities.
The portfolio is a collection of images shoot digitally in 2010 then selected for fine art refining in 2016.

This print is part of the series in the Bugis gallery composed of 40 images.

The fine art 2016 edition has a 6 copies run for the 42x63cm size on Epson Cold Press Natural paper, respecting the Digigraphie standards.
As all of the other prints it comes signed with it's authenticity certificate.
(Standard print is also available)