Photographs by Stefano Cerio.
contrasto, 2013. 120 pp., 52 color illustrations, 13¾x11¼".
Stefano Cerio asserts photography's ability to render manifest the invisible, what is usually hidden from the eye-not, as the modernist tradition embodied by the 'new vision' would have it, by exploiting the particular characteristics of the camera, nor, according to the lesson of photojournalism, by showing a surprising aspect of daily life, but by searching those parts of the world that only a specific and determinate photographic intentionality can bring to light. The work of Stefano Cerio fits into one of the most significant and distinctive areas in Italian photography.
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