PHOTOGRAPHY: Teatro d’Italia by Massimo Siragusa Pt. IIPHOTOGRAPHY: Teatro d’Italia by Massimo Siragusa Pt. II

If you have been following along, you will immediately recognize these surreal photographs from Italian photographer, Massimo Siragusa, and today will be part two of the initial post that introduced this photography series. In the first installment, we saw a glimpse of his photographs, which were featured in his latest book, Teatro d’Italia, and some provocative insight of Siragusa provided by Landscape Stories.

It is apparent that Siragusa’s talent lies within capturing a brilliant scope of view for his photographs, while also developing his own personality. You will see what is meant by that as you carefully observe the settings of each photograph. For example, the featured photo which is of the Arch of Peace of Sempione Gate, positions the statues in a way that brings life to the otherwise static photo, or the photo just above, where both the left and right sets of stairs in the lower half of the photo almost look like paintings themselves…

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Photos: Massimo Siragusa