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Max Falsetta Spina


Max Falsetta Spina

The photography of Max Falsetta Spina, for 25 years, has been developed over and over again behind the lens, always looking for new suggestions to explore. His research continues starts from direct interventions first on the frame and then on the photographic support, because Falsetta Spina is a concrete artist, who loves to act on photography with his own hands. His artistic career thus starts from experiences on development operations in dark room, immediately at the beginning of his career, with results that lead to one material photography, in which the surfaces are offered to the eye in ginning and breakdown to seek the natural outcomes of daily transformation. In the years Subsequent works on collage applied both to urban visions and to portraiture, which are worth it in 2010 the acquisition of the work Villa Reale by the Parisi Valle di Maccagno Museum, participation in the Venice Biennale in Turin by Vittorio Sgarbi and the knighthood under 40 for having created the gospel book of the entrance portal of the exhibition dedicated to Pope John Paul II in St. Peter's square in Rome. In a quarter of a century the artist has captured with his eye and hand cities and people always with the intention of show the hidden side, the deeper one, interpreted by a mind that loves them prospective vicissitudes, also thanks to the activity of set designer conducted in parallel with photography is now known to some of the most important world brands of haute couture and hi-tech.



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