Alessandra Tecla Gerevini: 365 Mattine
Some photographers create ways of making work outside of the typical arenas, ways of keeping them motivated and stimulated. Milanese photographer Alessandra Tecla Gerevini has created a lovely project titled 365 Mattine (mornings), simply taking a look at where life starts for her at the beginning of each day, and the result is a wonderful visual diary.
Even if I’m a photographer, I spend a lot of time thinking what to shoot, why, to say what, to show who.
It has been tough, every time it has been introspective, a way to remember a whole year of events and feelings and places and friends. Unfortunately also moments I’d like to forget. But that’s it, that’s the meaning and the purpose.
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