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Regrets by Stefano Marchionini

Documentary photographer Stefano Marchionini unveiled his new series of photographs titled “Regrets”. Informed by his years in training as a painter in Venice. The Marseilles-based photographer, originally from Verbania, Italy, captures images that reminisce the forms and moods of classical still-life and vanitas pictures.

“The images of natural and manufactured objects, observed and taken out of context, as well as those of contemplative landscapes and mysterious portraits, intended to convey the passing of time and a sense of ennui. A dialogue is established between moments and places that aren’t otherwise connected with each other, thus opening interpretation to new meanings.

The genesis of this photographic series coincides with certain personal events, such as moving to the South of France, after having lived in Paris for four years, and coping with a decision that wasn’t entirely mine. However, while real life takes its own course there is a place where creation is free to explore what is happening without self-judgment and, therefore, taking pictures in these new surroundings have become a way to express part of my subconscious.

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