Italian photographer Andrea Galvani uses simple things like balloons and smoke to construct creative and complex images.
I am absolutely fascinated by the second and fourth images. Even though they are just black balloons in a desert location, the way he arranges and captures them is inexplicably brilliant.
Galvani stays between New York and Milan and teaches Photographic Language and History of Contemporary Photography at the Accademia Carrara di Belle Arti di Bergamo.
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