Watch Me - Guardami
"GUARDAMI" is the title of the photographic exhibition of Enrica Brescia, a young Roman talent.
The looks are the main protagonists of the entire collection.
Through the shots of Enrica Brescia, the audience will feel observed and at the same time will be able to perceive alive the exact moment in which the eye has been immortalized, thus capturing every detail that the photographer wanted to highlight and that the subject wanted to show off .
The name of the exhibition also depended on the intention to cite one of the most common expressions used by the photographer during her activity ('watch me!') Creating a meta-theatrical atmosphere in the moment of identification and participation of those present.
'Guardami' conforms faithfully to the style of the photographer who, through the use of a monochromatic background and faces illuminated by an imposing light, proposes, as a great source of inspiration, characters of a Caravaggesque nature.
Enrica Brescia, born in Rome, attended art school achieving the diploma with graphic specialization. She enrolled at AANT - Academy of Arts and New Technologies, in which she studied for two years, obtaining further qualifications in the graphic sector. She then began his career as a freelance photographer approaching subjects belonging to the world of cinema and fashion.
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