Italian street photographer, Dario Cestaro, has what it takes to capture moments and organize them into idea and concepts. He also brings a sense of humor and a sense of seeing to his many series. He has exhibited at the “berliner kunstsalon” of Berlin and at the “FotoGrafia festival” at the MACRO of Rome and been published in a variety of magazines and newspapers in Europe. As English is not his forte, this is all I know!
This is his new portfolio, The Living Space, taken with a lo-fi 35 mm camera.
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