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Daniele Dainelli

Green

Plastic walls hide the city that is forging ahead. PVC landscapes offer us green lawns and blue skies.
by Daniele Dainelli
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Project Description

Plastic walls hide the city that is forging ahead.
PVC landscapes offer us green lawns and blue skies.

Behind these ones, monsters made of concrete present us with an unsettling future.
Behind these walls the past is erased.

This may be the first and easiest interpretation of my pictures, but my goal, through the portrayed elements is to accentuate the ever growing complex and clashing relationship between the men, the city and the nature.

The attention for these elements becomes almost an obsession, trying to blend together the three dimensions of reality and the two dimensions of fiction.

Book Specifications

Width:20cm
Height:30cm
Pages:10
Cover:Board Book
Language:English

Author Informations

NameDaniele Dainelli
CountryJapan
Websitehttp://www.danieledainelli.com/
Biography

Daniele Dainelli was born in 1967 in Livorno, ITALY he started his professional career in 1995 he lives in Tokyo, works between Japan and China in the last few years, joined agency Contrasto in 1999. 1999 Dainelli started experimenting color photography, achieving a qualitative leap. Then he started working on "Metropolis", an ambitious color work on the most important cities worldwide. This reportage, that stems from a new look over New York after September 11th, has attracted the attention of the most prestigious International magazines he had assign from: Time,Time Asia,Stern,GEO,GEO Francia,l'espress (Francia),AMICA,D di repubblica, io donna, l'espresso. In 2003 in collaboration with the Osservatorio sui Balcani Institution, about the Balkan area, started his project "Balcan" travelling in all of its countries up 2005. In 2003 also begins works in Tokyo and in Chine from 2006.

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