Whose are these photographs that were found in a drawer? We don't know, but it doesn't matter: the most important thing is what these snapshots tell us, not the author.
About the AuthorRaffaello Ferrari
I approach photography in 1998, attending first-level courses and then "Educazione all’Immagine”. In 2000, I was one of the founders of "Photolife Lucca” circle of photography.
In 2006, I took part in the workshops ("Reportage and Social landscape") held by the photographer Ivo Saglietti and I start solo exhibitions. My reportage "Young Fishermen" is earmarked in the Lucca DigitalPhoto Contest and exhibited during the photographic exhibition.
From 2008 I followed the associations of role-play GrvItalia and Camarilla Italy. My photographs are published in the their association guides.
In 2010 the photographs of the walls of Lucca are acquired by the photographic archives of Lucca and become part of the city's history. I participate in the international contest "The First Bends International Internet-based Photography Competition":one of my photos reenters in the first 500 (on over 32000) and it was exposed in China.
In 2013 about 60 photos are in Vogue's site: Art+Commerce.
Publish Date February 14, 2013
Category Arts & Photography
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