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Bea de Giacomo, class of ’82, is a photographer who grew up in a small town near Lago Maggiore in Italy. She states that the “melancholic and foggy atmosphere of the enviroment, the strengh of the mountains and the light of water” has informed her work since the beginning of her career.
Leonor is Nono (and Malaise in her musical form) and she takes photos of her days going to shows, playing music, seeing different cities and hanging out with great kids and cool animals. I wish I was in a band.
Riccardo told us he’s attracted to unusual people and trees, which was fucking weird, but who cares – his photos are really cool.
These photos are so rad in that grainy, black & white, Larry Clark, early 90’s, skating is fucking cool way. Also, most the people in the pictures are from the 011 Problematic Crew. I don’t know what that name signifies, but it sounds awesome.
Benedetta Falugi’s photos look like stills from that awesome, really understated foreign film that your friend showed you – and then you forgot the name of it when trying to chat up that hot film student, which resulted in you saying something cringy like “it just has that continental charm to it.”