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What do Bernini’s Proserpine, a Sicilian horse, an Indian Pilgrimage and a girl skipping in a Guatemalan courtyard have in common? This is the secret of Ferranti’s photography: he is able to reveal the same current of strength and beauty running through different civilizations.
Southern Italian by birth, architect by training, traveller by choice, Ferrante Ferranti has produced a distinctive body of work: capturing the play of light and shadows, giving meaning to simple shapes, inventing a language which casts the sun’s light on ruins and communicates the reverential silence in the presence of stone, as well as the enchanted diversions of wandering.