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02/03/2023 - 03/12/2023



Antonio Di Cecco’s landscapes are based on very thin, evanescent entities. They force us to snoop through what appears indistinct, floating, without matter.

If we look at them carefully, the images convey the impression that the mountain cannot cope without some marine metaphor. The disciplined movement of a landing, the enveloping gloom of the night sea, a sailing ship perhaps. You are about to dive into a silent order that will make you lose your bearings.

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Antonio Di Cecco was born in 1978 in L'Aquila, where he currently lives and works. He develops projects on the processes of modification of lands and on the relationship between human being, environment and time, as well as architecture and landscape photography.

He is represented by the agency Contrasto. In 2022 his exhibition L'Aquila. The shape of lands was exhibited at the Italian Institute of Culture in Montreal, in 2021 is among the winners of the Urbanautica Institute Award, since 2018 is engaged in the Apennines project at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz - Max Planck Institut.

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