Tag Archives: Enzo Sellerio

ITALIAN CREATIVITY, EVEN SEWING SUNFLOWERS FOR BUTTONS – Journey into contemporary creativity, discovering the Italian art of being reborn

Italian artists between genres and modes of expression, open to the languages of creativity Its name has magic in its very syllables, because Italian culture is so deeply soaked in an appreciation of the good things in life. The Giro d’Italia is a men’s road cycling stage race, established in 1909 and which takes place annually along the Italian roads. …

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THE SICILY OF AN EDITOR, IN STILL IMAGES – Enzo Sellerio, neorealist photographer and poet of disenchantment

A concrete commitment, as part of the Sicilian reality after World War II. Among his publications are books about traditional Sicilian artifacts. His black-and-white photographs depicted public aspects of Sicilian life. There is the world seen from Sicily in his photographic shots, where he captured the wonderful images of the small streets of Palermo, where the children of Kalsa with …

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