This work, along with the photograph and title, is a little thought to Africa and pays homage to Michelangelo Antonioni’s masterpiece and his work in general, which I find very akin to the possibilities offered by the Dark Continent. Both have to do with the “possibility and impossibility” of life, blended here in a multi-faceted exhibition. This dualism comes together in a continuum that accompanies us our whole lives and makes us unique.
(Florence, 1955) Lives and works in Florence, Italy
Carlo Fei has been working as an art photographer since the late 1970s, collaborating with galleries, magazines, museums, public and private institutions. Since the early 1990s, he has devoted himself to his own artistic research, exhibiting his works in group and solo shows both in Italy and internationally.