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Posted by on Nov 16, 2014 in 2014, blog, photos, slideshowpics | 0 comments

Sicily through the eyes of…Luca Scamporlino

Sicily through the eyes of…Luca Scamporlino

Sicily through the eyes of Sicilian photographers! Find out what they think are the most beautiful places in Sicily. Today several photos made by Luca Scamporlino, a photographer from Syracuse.

Copyright: Luca Scamporlino

The temple of Segesta

The temple of Segesta

The Fontana dell'Amenano in Catania

The Fontana dell’Amenano in Catania

Mount Etna

Mount Etna

The town of Modica

The town of Modica

Isola di Capo Passero in Portopalo

Isola di Capo Passero in Portopalo

The Piazza Verdi and the Teatro Massimo in Palermo

The Piazza Verdi and the Teatro Massimo in Palermo

An old stone quarry in Syracuse

An old stone quarry in Syracuse

The Piazza Duomo in Ortigia, Syracuse

The Piazza Duomo in Ortigia, Syracuse

The cathedral in Ibla, Ragusa

The cathedral in Ibla, Ragusa

Nature reserve Valle dell'Anapo

Nature reserve Valle dell’Anapo

 

Luca Scamporlino
Sicily has fascinated me since childhood, long before I entered the world of art and began to capture the island with an SLR and before discovering watercolor painting and studying at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Noto. Only in the last few years I have focused my passion for photography on Sicily and I started the Photosicily project, with beautiful landscapes, urban photography and photos capturing old traditions of the island. After several publications in Sicily, two exhibitions were born from a collaboration with the Galleria Gallaro in Syracuse: Extrovert (2012), in which I presented the “Apparitions – Extrovert Series”, and City Face Pinakes (2013), focused on portraits with references to the Pinakes of the ancient Greeks. I am currently working on some art projects, together with the art critic Giuseppe Carrubba, who has presented some of my photos in a publication of the series Cahiers d’Art, called Joseph Carrubba – Around human geographies (MACT / CACT, Contemporary Art Center & Museum Ticino, 2013).    

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