Bisera | Photography

“Sa Bisera”, dramatic and grotesque, without any anthropomorphic character, is the image of silent and impassive. Bisera represents the traditional culture of Carnival in Sardinia. A path between the masks of the Sardinian tradition unique … almost magical and ancestral, impressive in its present itself. Bisera is a photography project in March 2011.
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