“I believe I was 17 years old when I first saw a photograph by Elliott Erwitt. At the time I was still living in my village in Sicily. It was a photograph in which a bird and a faucet met god knows where, sparking a short circuit of humour, intelligence and surrealism (…) By looking at his images, I’ve realized that they possess profound lightness and light profundity. That duality is hard to achieve.”
Snaps, Phaidon Press, 2001
Unseen, teNeues, 2007
150 black & white vintage photographs (silver gelatine), matted and framed:
32 x 37 cm (frame...