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Aziza Brahim in Barcelona on March 27, 2015. Photo: Stefano Buonamici

Aziza Brahim, folk singer

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For an artist, a sheet of paper presents endless possibilities as a blank canvas or the subject of the artwork itself, as with paper photography. As talented photographer experiment with color, lighting, shadow, and texture to give depth to an otherwise two-dimensional medium.

the cost of Deiá, Mallorca

The cost of Deiá, Majorca

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Lucca, San Martino

Lucca, San Martino

Great to go back to school

The exhibition “Barcelona in Sepia Toning” – 20 pictures by Stefano Buonamici is opening on April 27 at 11AM in the Liceo Artistico di Porta Romana in Florence as part of the Looking for Art Festival.

I’m very glad, because finally returning back home, in fact this school has been my second home for 5 years, from 1975 until 1980, when I was a young student of arts in Florence.

I would like to thank for sponsoring:

Sissi Abbondanza, Maribel Alonso Soria, Javier Andrade Cordoba, Carlo Andreoli, Michele Bajona, Marco Barlocci, Quim Batlle, Xavier Beltran, Federica Biondi, Alessandro Borscia, Ginevra Caratú, Emanuela Carmenati, Augusto Casciani, Paolo Ciardella, Lorenzo Coppola, Alessio Cucin, Andrea De Lotto, Michela De Rosa, Cristina Esclapez, Andrea Ferraris, Dario Ferraro, Lorenzo Fontanelli, Heike Fickel, Simone Frasca, Helen Giovannello, Leandro Giribaldi, Annalisa Giogoli, Simona Giorgi, Mariella Gnetoli, Tomas Gonzales, Marco Greco, Luca Guastella, Laura Iachetta, David Junyent, Heather Kanost, Guillermo Klein, Federico Laudisa, Maria Elisabetta Longone, Rita Lugli, Daniela Maldini, Maria Marchese, Romina Martin, Francis Mateo, Ida Mauro, Carlo Meconi, Guido Monaci, Germano Natali, Carme Ocaña, Giulia Parisi, Juan Antonio Pérez, Riccardo Piattelli, Guido Ramellini, Luana Ranallo, Alfredo Rossi, Massimiliano Rumignani, Joan-Albert Serra, Sandra Sferragatta, Irene Signorelli, Fabiola Ungredda, Versilia Danza, VM Laboratorio Fotográfico en Barcelona, Elena Volpi.

Download the PDF “Barcelona en Tono Sepia”

Dialogues with Music by the European Music Cooperative

Cristina Esclapez, European Music cooperative

Cristina Esclapez, November 2015, Auditori El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona.

European Music Cooperative is are an international network of professionals and organizations who believe in the transformative power and cultural value of live music in today’s society.

The European Music Cooperative is the result of a profound analysis and reflection about the role of live music in today’s challenging cultural environment. They believe that music professionals have to adopt a more entrepreneurial and audience-centred approach that’s more responsive to the needs and opportunities of local and global communities.

Pierre-Antoine Tremblay plays trompa during the

Pierre-Antoine Tremblay plays trompa, Auditori El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona


Hospital de Sant Pau, Barcelona

Dialogues with Music sets at the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site (Barcelona) – Sala Lluís Domènech i Montaner

As photographer was really a visual pleasure and an honor to work with them all.

european music cooperative


To see the photo gallery, please have a look at the European Music Cooperative official web.

I’m glad to be part in the family of Boardilla

ARCO Madrid, Focus on Finland

Finnish artist Heta Kuchka in front of his video «The Sky's A Falling And We Better Hurry Up Or The Both Of Us Are Dead»

Finnish artist Hetta Kuchka in front of the video «The Sky’s A Falling And We Better Hurry Up Or The Both Of Us Are Dead»


Madrid hosted the ARCO Madrid International Contemporary Art Fair between 19 and 23 February. This event has become a firm fixture on the calendar, and in 2014 around 150 curators and directors from special guest museums celebrate its 33rd edition. The over 200 participating galleries from all over the world exhibit paintings, sculptures, installations, photography, video, new media, drawing and prints.  Finland being the guest of honour at the ARCO Madrid Contemporary Art Fair and the Helsinki Sanomat gave me an assignment to cover the event. In the picture my favorite work: a video installation by Hetta Kutchka.

Teaching Cliché Verre

Cliché Verre is a combination of art and photography. In brief, it is a method of either etching, painting or drawing on a transparent surface, such as glass, thin paper or film and printing the resulting image on a light sensitive paper in a photographic darkroom. It is a process first practiced by a number of French painters during the early 19th century. The French landscape painter Camille Corot was the best known of these. Some contemporary artists have developed techniques for achieving a variety of line, tone, texture and color by experimenting with film, frosted Mylar, paint and inks and a wide assortment of tools for painting, etching, scratching, rubbing and daubing. Cliché Verre is French. Cliché is a printing term: a printing plate cast from movable type; while verre means glass. Cliché Verre was one of the earliest forms of reproducing images before the advent of the camera. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia).

So, the pictures illustrate the students of the University of Arts in Florence, during a workshop under the guide of the professor Maria Fabiola Ungredda, and assisted by the photographer Alessandro Botticelli and myself. It was a great experience for the students to go inside to the dark room at the age of digital photography. I enjoyed it!