The “livery” – made of clothes, accessories, tattoos, makeup, hairstyle – defines the appearance we build for ourselves in exercise of our own freedom of expression. Claudio Braccini loves to photograph the human being that communicates the search for freedom even through his appearance. From this passion springs La Livrea: a photographic collection that, through portraits, tells of the search to recover an aesthetic in the style of certain individuals; style not attributable to fashion trends but, on the contrary, the expression of authenticity and uniqueness. Opposite the portraits we find, as though they were captions, some articles of law, taken from the Italian Constitution and some international treaties - possibly an odd choice for a photographic anthology. Let’s try reading them just the same. They talk about the freedom of expression and movement, of rights of the individual, sacred and inviolable. They remind us that every human is equal to another in their rights and in their responsibilities, but free, above all free in his own realization of himself and in the development of his own character.