*COVER bare


Visual metaphors in photography always reflect a social analysis of the human condition. In the contemporary scenario – among established artists and emerging photographers – we can perceive a collective silent yelling, a common feeling of solitude and dispersion. Bare bodies, alone, helpless and abandoned, placed in the astonishing immensity of nature, in urban and suburban environments, remote locations, metaphysical ravines. The message can be perceived in different ways: as desperate sexuality, incommunicability, miserable existences, ascetic lifestyle choices, or surrender and submission to nature. Capture yours.

Silvia di Paolo

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