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A Block in the Razsaonika Neighborhood
Black & White Photography
Domenico Ponziano
$575
To illustrate the effects of the communist regime in Eastern Europe, Domenico photographed many examples of Soviet Rationalism architecture, such as these housing buildings.
Abandoned Ship on the Dvini Severnaja River
Black & White Photography
Domenico Ponziano
$575
For Domenico, this scene was a visual link between the vibrant past and decaying present of the Russian city of Arkhangelsk.
Acqua
Photography
Luca Giannini
$3,000
Luca explores the five primary elements based on Chinese cosmology, in his series of 5 photographs titled, "Wood", "Fire", "Earth", "Metal" and "Water".
Diana
Photography
Debora Vrizzi
$4,700
Debora uses this beloved childhood tale to demonstrate crucial points of change and understanding in her own life.
Djemaa el Fnaa Square in Marrakesh
Black & White Photography
Domenico Ponziano
$575
Even without color, the sights sounds and smells of this city scene in Morocco seem to seep right through Domenico's photo, enticing its viewer to take a closer look...
Father and Daughter
Black & White Photography
Domenico Ponziano
$575
Once again playing on the innocent nature of children, Domenico captured a moment of pure delight as this little one doted on her dollie.
Frame Line No.1
Photography
Debora Vrizzi
$2,500
Bringing the mythological tale of Penelope and Ulysses to human form, Debora sympathizes with the sense of abandonment portrayed in this love story gone wrong.
Frame Line No.2
Photography
Debora Vrizzi
$2,500
Bringing the mythological tale of Penelope and Ulysses to human form, Debora sympathizes with the sense of abandonment portrayed in this love story gone wrong.
Frame Line No.3
Photography
Debora Vrizzi
$2,500
Bringing the mythological tale of Penelope and Ulysses to human form, Debora sympathizes with the sense of abandonment portrayed in this love story gone wrong.
Francesca Woodman 19.01.1981 No.2
Photography
Debora Vrizzi
$6,700
Debora highlights the life of this talented and tortured soul and the particular photographic style that reflects Debora’s own tastes.

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DOMENICO PONZIANO from ITALY

Domenico’s passion for photography began when he was very young after receiving his first camera. Today his journeys take him from the streets of Arkhangelsk, Russia to the vibrant markets in Marrakesh, to the mussel farmers off the shores of Trieste. Every image and scene tells an amazing story. According to Domenico, “I’m constantly searching for what Henri Cartier-Bresson, the father of modern photojournalism, defined as ‘the decisive moment’. But it’s very clear to me that I’ll only be able to reach the true depth of things as long as I respect the intrinsic essence of their existence. I’ve always been fascinated by the simple power a photograph has to immediately halt any given moment, a moment that brings a world along with it, filtered by one’s own sensitivity.”

With every captivating black and white photo we find ourselves part of the world that Domenico has captured from behind his lens, and believe that you will experience this as well.

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La Biennale di Venezia

While in Venice, we attended the 53rd International Art Exhibition, “Making Worlds”, La Biennale di Venezia in 2009. We left the exhibition with more ideas and inspiration than imagined. The international art experience aligned perfectly with our vision for Elementos Design; discovering artists who create objects through inspiration that surrounds them, and sharing these works of art and the story behind them with others motivated by the artist’s introspective view of the world.”

Daniel Birnbaum the Director of the exhibition wrote these inspirational words, “A work of art is more than an object, more than a commodity. It represents a vision of the world, and if taken seriously must be seen as a way of making a world. A few signs marked on paper, a barely touched canvas, or a vast installation can amount to different ways of worldmaking, and the strength of the vision is hardly dependent on the complexity of the tools brought into play.”

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Design in Sicily

WELCOME to ANIME A SUD

Talk about multi-faceted! Not only is Luca Giannini one of our featured Italian artists for his paintings, sculptures and photography (find him in our web gallery) but several years ago he expanded his talents to vacation home design and management. We would like to introduce you to his artistic, romantic, private and eco-friendly tourist home in Sicily. This is a rare and very special opportunity for you to stand face to face with his art and see firsthand how his beautiful pieces can be designed into your own home.

Join us as we take a journey through Luca’s treasured design property in Modica, Sicily, which he named Anime a Sud, or Spirits of the South…

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