The beams - Limited Edition 3 of 100 Photograph by Andrea Piccolo

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The beams - Limited Edition 3 of 100

Andrea Piccolo



Size: 13.8 W x 19.7 H x 0 D in

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About The Artwork

"The beams" was photographed in Roscigno, an abandoned town in southern Italy. The so-called “Pompei of the 20th century” has only one inhabitant. He is the guardian of a city made mostly of ruins, where, inside the few buildings still standing, is impressive the gaps left by the collapsed floors. This Fine Art photograph is part of photo exhibition "#9cento" ("9hundred") This print has been designed according to the specifications of the Digigraphie® that guarantee quality and a long durability. It has been printed on Hahnemuhle Paper Photo Pearl 310 gr, with Epson Ultrachrome K3 HDR and supplied with a Certificate of Authenticity. SHIPPED WITHOUT FRAME

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Photography Print:Digital on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:100

Size:13.8 W x 19.7 H x 0 D in

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I am a 37-years old Italian artist, born and raised in Naples. Since the childhood, art has been my first love. In high school, I learned drawing and painting techniques. Then, I graduated in “Information and communication technologies Engineering” at the University of Naples Federico II in 2007 but art never left me. So I decided to study as a photographer, first, attending a professional course and, then, training as self-taught. Since 2011 I have undertaken several trips to Europe and North America to get inspiration. In 2017, I presented my first photographic exhibition entitled #9cento (#9hundred). It represents a journey to places where the time has stood still for half a century. Currently, I am working on a new project that will be completed next year. I like looking for the simplicity, the harmony and the symmetry in things. Behind my lens I can capture the reality around me and bind it to the eternity, because all the moments are unique and every moment not photographed is lost.