|Message from Adalberto Tiburzi
Let me think...
an idea for this space...
My favourite photo of the moment? Yes . . . . . . . .
My favourite quote of the moment?
"[...] En somme, je ne sais pas ce que je cherche, mais quand je le trouve je le reconnais, merveilleusement inattendu..."
Paolo Damiani, musicien de jazz (sur l'improvisation).
Born: Rome 1944.
First photos in 1957 with his father's camera.
First publications some years later at the age of 20, starting the season of handheld architectural photography.
Regular studies of Architecture, Mathematics and Philosophy (abandoned for recurrent attacks of boredom...).
As a photographer, featured in books, newspapers, magazines.
But what he's really fond of, is the little essay Linear Perspective and Non-Euclidean Geometries, 1963,
in which he demonstrated (contrarily to the common belief of the time) that the dramatic perspective of superwide lenses
is coherent with reality and not the result of any lens distortion.
A true Aquarian, he is a free culture advocate. Downloading and sharing low resolution files from these galleries is free under some conditions, click here for info.
Adal on Photography
"To me photography is a sort of 'dreaming while awake', some visionary power applied to reality. The rest is angle, light, colour"
"My images can't be completely explained in words. A residue always remains. It is their silence, that's what really matters"
"Some people have the ability to perceive the clear yet subdued signals that others don't detect. So, the others call it intuition, or luck"
"I don't communicate to reveal myself. I hide myself in my communication. Dans ma communication, je me cache"
"Je n'aime pas les immeubles. Même lorsque je les photographie, j'ai besoin de les faire danser" (the pun is untranslatable, sorry :-)
"The worst thing an artist can do is to resist something, even death. To resist death, that's the true suicide"
"First live, then photograph. Photographs are the fallen leaves of life, les feuilles mortes de la vie "
"Photographs never have to tell a story. Photographs are the story"
"Luck in photography? It's what you realize have had only when back home"
"In the Beginning is the Image. The Logos (sometimes) follows "
Personal websites of friends
Olivier Cleynen, Aria da Capo
Tom Wachtel, Tom Wachtel Photography
Andrea Aschedamini Cristina Locatelli, Different Photography
Kal Khogali, Life Photography
Jeanne Newman, The Well-Dressed Snapshot
Dirk Vermeirre & Wim De Schamphelaere
Craig Persel, Craig Persel Photography
Keith Goldstein, Keith Goldstein
Jean-Luc Rollier, Hutong
Guillaume Braunstein, Guillaume Braunstein
Marco Visalberghi, DocLab
Christine P. Newman, Fine Art Photography
Nélida Marcela Barrios, Marcela Barrios Hernández
Tina Saletnich, Futurism today
Lens Art, monthly ezine by Maurice Oliver
Monika Nikolic, Architektur Fotografie
Portfotolio, some photos I love
In the mood for love, the blog of BaiLing (Roberta)
La Grande Scimmia, il Blog di Alberto Abruzzese
Ribes Sappa, Ribesphoto
Patrizia Arigò, Isole di Gusto
Indigo Spider and Pink Woods in dreaming while awake
Jen Jones' Reflective Journal
Interesting discussion in the ff freethought forum
An intelligent selection of my galleries
in Kimbery Borchardt's Topics
A nice presentation in this Vietnamese Blog
Proud to have collaborated to Dentro do Copo Vazio
to Aldina Duarte blog and to CSR Concelebratory Shoehorn Review
A selection from my voyages on TrekEarth
Experimental video on Vimeo
Professional work for Zenaide2004, Mercato Monti,
Boulogne-Billancourt, Capri and Zaha Hadid Maxxi Roma
Just experimenting Tumblr and Pinterest
My ultimate photos on The Creative Finder
At this point I think I should be on Flickr, Twitter etc. if only I had time ;-)
Flâneries, una piccola mostra a Roma
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