CrioFlowers, Delphiniumviola Ranuncolo - FineArt Hahnemuhle Photo Rug 315gsm paper
Edition 1 of 7
- Artist Bozzano Daniele
- Collection CrioFlowers
- Creation year 2019
- Dimensions 110 x 80 x D 0,3 (+ paper) cm
- Technique FineArt Hahnemühle Photo Rug (315gsm paper) mounted on 3mm d-bond aluminium and 19mm PVC spacers
The transience of life recurs cyclically in nature, the charm of cut flowers with varied shapes and colors are the fulcrum of the CrioFlowers project. Flowers are picked up at the exact moment in which everything ends: frozen and then beauty stopped for an eternal instant, to be then thrown, still linked to natural freshness, until they split, crumble into a thousand pieces, almost disintegrating matter and spirit. Photography captures that unique and unrepeatable moment, where the repetition of the gesture is no longer possible and the return to life is lost in memory, in the memory, in the pathos that never returns.
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Born in Genoa in 1979, he graduated from the Institute for Surveyors in Genoa and studied at the University of Design in Genoa. His training experience then placed him in the cities of Valencia and Milan to complete his studies.
In Milan he studied at the John Kaverdash school of photography, specialising in still life, portrait, fashion and darkroom. Over the years he moved to various cities around the world to follow courses and studies on photography, significant experiences made in New York, London and Finland.
Once back in Italy, he works actively with various advertising and communication agencies, specialising in still life and reportage. In Treviso he collaborates with "Maremoto Studio Creativo". He currently lives and works in Montebelluna.