«By pure chance twenty-four years ago I found myself descending vertically, by plane, towards the southern suburbs of the West, in Buenos Aires. Now, after a long time, I cross the border of memory and reopen the boxes of negatives and proofs of that trip. On a rainy night, my crater of memories opens up: the places, the dates, the faces. Yes, it was me. With my nightmares and my visions inside the emulsion of a frame, to collect fragments of the world. However, they give the sense of an entire existence, through true freedom. The freedom of the photographer.» — Andrea Attardi
(Rome, 1957) Italian photographer, from 1984 to 1995 he taught Photographic Technique at Palermo's Accademia delle Belle Arti. Currently, he teaches Photography at Accademia delle Belle Arti in Rome. In 2003, he published the essay Buenos Aires ora zero (Ed. Desiderio & Aspel) on the recent history of the Argentinian capital city. His work has been published in many books and displayed in a number of private and public collections all over the world.
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