TERMINI

2010



Galerie Fotohof, Salzburg, DE
23 May 2014  –  12 Jul 2014



EUR Campo Totale, EUR Campo Totale C, 2010, Digital Fine Art Print, 40 x 30 cm


Following the idea to mark Italy by art history with iconic positions,
TERMINI echoes Giorgio di Chirico, Michelangelo Antonioni, and Carlo Mollino.
I photographed di Chirico’s apartment next to Piazza di Spagna, while having his paintings (with his architectural compositions) and the topic of loneliness in mind. Michelangelo Antonioni represents the Cold War Time in his films, this let me make photographs in E.U.R. Last but not least Carlo Mollino - the architect, designer, and photographer - is paraphrased in TERMINI. The work is a puzzle and mentioned as a time tunnel.


Leopold-Hoesch-Museum, Düren, DE
11 Mar 2012 - 13 May 2012



TERMINI, 2012 ©Leopold-Hoesh-Museum


Piazza C.L.N. Motiv I - V, 2010, Digital Fine Art Print, 30 x40 cm



TERMINI, 2012 ©Brancolini Grimaldi, London



FOTOGRAFIN, 2018 ©Kunstmuseum Bonn


Figura I - IV, 2010, Digital Fine Art Print, 30x 40 cm


Piazza di Spagna 31 Motiv IV, 2010, Digital Fine Art Print, 30 x 40 cm;
Motiv II, 2010, Digital Fine Art Print, 150 x 200 cm;
Motiv V, 2010, Digitial Fine Art Print, 150 x 200 cm



Ultimatum alla Terra I - IV, 2010, Digital Fine Art Print, 30 x 40 cm
Mark