Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO3200, f2.5, 1/25, raw
What a wonderful night, tonight. The photographic work I did for the project American Buffalo has been exhibited at a cool club in Rome, the Lanificio Factory (a former industrial woolen mill). There were ten large prints plus a huge slideshow-projection playing the whole twenty-something pieces and the video trailer shoot together with the pictures. As soon as the premiere of the play happens I will post the whole work on a dedicated portfolio page on my website, but until then you can see some at the official webpage of the show.
So, as I was saying, the gig has been wonderful. Excellent drinks, good food, and the neat blues played by the Dead Shrimp. The prints have came out gorgeous (thanks to the creative director, Maura Manfredi, for having taken care of the whole prints, organization, and stuff while I was in the Netherlands), and got fantastic feedback. Tons of nice comments which I will jealously keep in my mind for whenever things don’t turn immediately right.
During the night, a friend of mine, which is also one of the curators of the next, this time big, art exhibition which will happen sometime between February and March, brought me outside to show me the fog rising from the river Aniene (one of the rivers that flow into the main Tevere). We had a walk out of the club, right into the mist, and I took this shot.
So, here is Alessandro, for the first time featured in the project, this photo is dedicated to you and to the work we are doing together, to make my next exhibition something unforgettable!