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Artist's description:

Charles Darwin said that man, in his arrogance, believes himself to be a work of God. Darwin, more humbly, thought it was more correct to consider man a descendant of the animal kingdom.

For this project, I photographed people and animals at zoos and fairs all over Tuscany, creating diptychs that imply both dualism and similarities between the species. Using this technique, I try to merely follow my instincts, without forcing the ideas too strongly.

These comparisons are not meant to stand up as scientific evidence: I have only exposed my perspective of what I saw with my eyes and my camera. I think the similarities in the pictures are easy to notice but perhaps even something more emerges...but I won't force these ideas on the viewers. Everyone should be free to see what they want.

This project winner the 3th prize at TOKIO INTERNATIONAL FOTO AWARDS 2016

60x20 print on fine art paper, (20x30cm)
Signed and numbered certificate of authenticity

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#7 Darwin In The Street (2016)

$500

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This artwork is sold by Salvatore Matarazzo from Italy

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