Last year I was hired as a photographer of architecture to portray the Fondazione Sorgente Group’s headquarters: the aim was to get high-level photographs of the wonderful palace hosting this cultural and art institution’s headquartes and their prestigious exhibition place, the so called Spazio Tritone. The palace is known as Palazzo Tritone and is a very fine example of Art Nouveau located in the hearth of Rome. My photographs strived to catch the building’s imposing beauty and the artistic elegance of its inside rooms, fittings and art collection.
Lately I was once again appointed a photographic service by the Fondazione Sorgente Group: I was asked to shoot the marble pieces of art dating back to the 5th and 4th centuries B.C. displayed in the Spazio Tritone during the exhibition called “The Victory of the Goddess. Greek Marbles of the 5th and 4th Century BC from the Fondazione Sorgente Group Collection”.
I had the chance to shoot the statue of Nike Athena which is currently displayed in an exhibition at Palazzo Tritone in Rome.
A couple of Sundays, a day were clouds and rain were taking the largest share of the sky we have been very luck to have in the few hours of a portrait session a broad range of conditions, from scenic lightings given by cloudy sky trough narrow openings between buildings sunshine.
Last week I was working with a lovely couple around the city ( images to follow soon) we walked around durign the morning and said goodbye to meet again for sunset, as soon as we left I almost stumbled upon this your artist making a drawing.
It was an excellent view for experimenting with a technique of images with subtle motion: