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Marco Anelli (born October 31, 1968, Roma) is an Italian photographer. A research work is the foundation of his job. An in-depth analysis of the light and its variations can be seen both in his personal surveys, as well as in the artistic representations of sculptures or other subjects. In 2010 he carried out the project Portraits in the Presence of Marina Abramovic, portraying the 1,545 participants in Marina Abramovic’s performance at the MoMA, New York. As of 2010, he is based in New York City. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marco_Anelli
Marco Anelli was born in Rome in 1968. He started his career in 1986 as a photojournalist for motor racing sports. In 1992 he moved to Paris to specialize in black and white photography and its printing techniques. He also collaborated with the agency Presse Sport/L’Equipe.
In 1995 he began what has become an aspect of his work: photographic projects that evolve slowly over long periods of time, developed through an extended engagement with his subject.
The sculptures and the interior of St. Peter Basilica in Rome were the subject of his first project. Working exclusively with the natural light at different times of day, he photographed St. Peter when closed to the public and empty. A book, L’Ombra e la Luce (Shadow and Light) was published in 1998, followed by an exhibition shown in galleries from Milan to New York.
In 1997 he accepted a commission from the National Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome, photographing the musicians, conductors and composers participating in its concert seasons of classical music, in a series of intimate portraits captured during private moments of rehearsal. This long co-operation produced exhibitions and a publication, La Musica Immaginata (Imagined Music).
...Marco Anelli lives and works in New York City...
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