"Views, glimpses, cut-outs of the city environment: a collection of urban postcards, shots defined by a clear fixedness, photographic portraits with a recurrent theme". Marco Rainò
The Velasca, the Pirellone, the Solaria, the Breda, the Diamond, the Vertical Forest: Milan as the city of towers and vertical architectures. With his chiaroscuro shots, Rossano Ronci tells us about the many faces of "the city that lived twice". Photographs taken from below that suspend the Italian skyscrapers between the concrete and the abstract, the light and the shadow that surround them. Subjects that become an excuse for a wandering in the city; portraits that bring out the affection for this city, with new perspectives and cuts.
Rossano Ronci was born in 1970 in Rimini. Self-taught photographer, he attended the school of Urbino's book with graphic advertising address and began his career as a photographer when he was only fifteen. After working as an assistant in an interior design studio, he started his artistic and professional activity as a freelancer. In 2000 he approached fashion photography, and since 2005 he has carried out important publishing projects on portrait photography with several publishing houses. He also deals with teaching in portrait workshops.