ANDREA CALABRESI



Moon 2, 2013
Silver gelatin print
48 x 48 inches - Edition of 5
19 x 19 inches - Edition of 10
From The Upper Half series


Moon 6, 2013
Silver gelatin print
48 x 48 inches - Edition of 5
19 x 19 inches - Edition of 10
From The Upper Half series


Moon 9, 2013
Silver gelatin print
48 x 48 inches - Edition of 5
19 x 19 inches - Edition of 10
From The Upper Half series


Moon 12, 2013
Silver gelatin print
48 x 48 inches - Edition of 5
19 x 19 inches - Edition of 10
From The Upper Half series


Dark embraces, 2007
Silver gelatin print, 23 x 46 inches
Edition of 5
From Close Landscapes series


Crater two bands, 2002
Silver gelatin print, 23 x 46 inches
Edition of 5
From Close Landscapes series


Hill at dusk, 2002
Silver gelatin print, 23 x 46 inches
Edition of 5
From Close Landscapes series


Dune, clouds and wind, 2006
Silver gelatin print, 23 x 46 inches
Edition of 5
From Close Landscapes series

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Andrea Calabresi was born in Rome in 1967.
He began taking pictures and printing when he was a boy. Initially self-taught, he later studied with James Megargee and Arno Rafael Minkkinen.
Professional photographer from 1990 to 1998, he worked in many fields, but mainly in architecture photography.
In 1996, he opened in Rome a fine art black & white printing lab, this allowed him to gradually quit the professional photography activity. Since then, he devoted himself to the study of the technique and the development of the Perceptive Method, to art projects, intense theoretical and historical studies and to the teaching activity. He is visiting professor at the Syracuse University and teaches at Corsi Foto Analogica and at the Toscana Photographic Workshops.
His personal works consists of long-term projects, such as the cityscapes of Questions About the Meaning of Space (1995-2002), Close Landscapes (2001-2008) and The Upper Half (2006-2014).

MAC EXHIBITIONS

  • Andrea Calabresi. Sun, and Close Landscapes | Solo show (2019)
  • Andrea Calabresi. Moon | Solo show (2014)