"In a Beating of Wings, Paris 2010"
Everything is relative, everything passes quickly: what yesterday seemed avant-garde (the modern form of the Eiffel Tower, Paris Universal Exhibition of 1889) compared to the classical forms of the bronze statues at the Esplanade (even if they are of 1937) is now already 2 centuries ago. A statue looks forward, the middle one is turned to look back, a pigeon in flight passes between the Eiffel Tower and the statue that looks to the future, everything goes .. in a beating of wings.Fine Art Ink Jet Carbon Print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Bright White, from Negative Hasselblad. Edition: 6+2 a.p.
Biography: Architecture graduate, Matteo Cirenei has been involved with architecture photography since 2000, collaborating with companies, architectural firms, and with design and architecture magazines. At the same time, he has developed numerous personal research projects based on architecture and urban landscapes. Matteo has had numerous exhibitions and received honorable mentions in prestigious international photography competitions.