Black Hands White II – N°3
This project arises from the artist’s necessity to document a very delicate period in his life when treated for cancer. Is there a more powerful way to gather the huge variety of sensations than storytelling photography?
Hands clench in a fist. They grasp and stretch up. Every “pose” suggests that we don’t have to lose our hopes, but we have to fight in order to protect and endorse our dreams.
Photos exhibited in Berlin, New York and Venice
A Fine Art photograph mounted on a Gatorfoam board. 1cm thick. Black frame
50×35 cm | 20″x14″