Arquitectonica #17 bis - Fine art print on 100% cotton paper
Edition 1 of 10
- Artist Pollini Gianluca
- Creation year 2019
- Dimensions 165 x 110 x D 0,3 cm
- Technique Fine art print on 100% cotton paper (315 gr.) mounted on 3 mm dibond panel with acid free adhesive
This project came to life in February 2019, as a reflection on metaphysics in Italian rationalist and neo-rationalist architecture. The shots taken try to describe the static nature of timeless places, full of mystery and symbols, highlighting the contrast of lines and enhancing the metaphysical relationship of the geometric elements depicted.
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Gianluca Pollini was born in 1960. He lives and works in Bologna. He began photographing in 1982 dealing with naturalistic reportage, collaborating with the Panda Photo Photographic Agency in Rome until 2012.
From 1993 he started working mainly with medium format (Hasselblad) using 120 b / w film, preferring still life (in the studio) and landscape images. From 1998 to 2008 her works were treated by the Image Gallery of Daniela Facchinato in Bologna, the first photo gallery opened in Bologna.
We can place Gianluca Pollini's photography between
classicism and reinterpretation of reality. He does not manipulate any of his images. Instead, he envisions the final result already during shooting, even in the most challenging conditions.
His photography is a suspension of time: an unrepeatable fraction of a second in the long wait for the perfect moment for pressing the shutter button.