Il paesaggio 'White Golden Dark' di Francesco Bosso al Festival dei Due Mondi di Spoleto

Il paesaggio 'White Golden Dark' di Francesco Bosso al Festival dei Due Mondi di Spoleto

“White Golden Dark” di FRANCESCO BOSSO al Festival dei Due Mondi di Spoleto  La ricerca fotografica di un artista del paesaggio contemporaneo  La virtù estetica incontra il rigore tematico e la caratura concettuale Tre cicli sul filo della continuità evolutiva. Una visione omogenea  OPENING: sabato 28 GIUGNO 2014 ore 16:00 La mostra prosegue fino al 28 settembre 2014 Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive – Spoleto

“White Golden Dark” di FRANCESCO BOSSO al Festival dei Due Mondi di Spoleto La ricerca fotografica di un artista del paesaggio contemporaneo La virtù estetica incontra il rigore tematico e la caratura concettuale Tre cicli sul filo della continuità evolutiva. Una visione omogenea OPENING: sabato 28 GIUGNO 2014 ore 16:00 La mostra prosegue fino al 28 settembre 2014 Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive – Spoleto

Marc Riboud - Painter of the Eiffel Tower, Paris, France, 1953. S)

Marc Riboud - Painter of the Eiffel Tower, Paris, France, 1953. S)

Debra Bloomfield, Wilderness: my old neighbor's daughter's best art work to date...  Love this image! Seen in ACQUA #5, BY GIORGIO ARMANI

Debra Bloomfield, Wilderness: my old neighbor's daughter's best art work to date... Love this image! Seen in ACQUA #5, BY GIORGIO ARMANI

Marine Huggonier

Marine Huggonier

Richard Billingham

Richard Billingham

Marine Hugonnier Towards Tomorrow

Marine Hugonnier Towards Tomorrow

Francesco Bosso Photography

Francesco Bosso Photography

#books From the novel Take Me Home: "A woman on the move, headed west, her entire belongings were whittled down to three suitcases and two boxes. No longer accumulating possessions, she was acquiring experiences. Nothing was permanent. She was ready to move at a moment’s notice." http://www.amazon.com/Take-Me-Home-Sheila-Blanchette-ebook/dp/B00HRFZ8GC/ref=sr_1_3?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1389360242&sr=1-3&keywords=take+me+home

#books From the novel Take Me Home: "A woman on the move, headed west, her entire belongings were whittled down to three suitcases and two boxes. No longer accumulating possessions, she was acquiring experiences. Nothing was permanent. She was ready to move at a moment’s notice." http://www.amazon.com/Take-Me-Home-Sheila-Blanchette-ebook/dp/B00HRFZ8GC/ref=sr_1_3?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1389360242&sr=1-3&keywords=take+me+home

Another simply gorgeous picture. ♥    Credit to Michael Kenna  Biwa Lake Tree, Study 2, Omi, Honshu, Japan, 2002

Another simply gorgeous picture. ♥ Credit to Michael Kenna Biwa Lake Tree, Study 2, Omi, Honshu, Japan, 2002

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