Biblioteca Nazionale di Bosnia ed Erzegovina (durante i lavori di restauro), Sarajevo (Bosnia-Erzegovina)

  • Angelo Morelli
  • 2008
  • Inv. No. 17.14.03
  • Edition 100 + 2 AP
  • Categories: Interni, Architettura
Size XS
30x20cm Dimensions
Digital Print on Fuji paper DP II Technique
Unframed Mounting
 
30x20cm Dimensions
Digital Print on Fuji paper DP II Technique
Classic frame Mounting
 
Size S
50x33cm Dimensions
Digital Print on Fuji paper DP II Technique
Unframed Mounting
 
50x33cm Dimensions
Digital Print on Fuji paper DP II Technique
Showcase frame Mounting
 
50x33cm Dimensions
Digital Print on Fuji paper DP II Technique
Americana Frame Mounting
 
Size M
80x53cm Dimensions
Digital Print on Fuji paper DP II Technique
Unframed Mounting
 
80x53cm Dimensions
Digital Print on Fuji paper DP II Technique
Mounted on Dibond with Americana frame Mounting
 
80x53cm Dimensions
Digital Print on Fuji paper DP II Technique
Mounted under plexiglass Mounting
 
Size L
120x80cm Dimensions
Digital Print on Fuji paper DP II Technique
Unframed Mounting
 
120x80cm Dimensions
Digital Print on Fuji paper DP II Technique
Mounted under plexiglass Mounting
 

The geometric and compositional research of Angelo Morelli’s work transforms the buildings into kaleidoscopic abstract images that are interchangeable along both the horizontal and vertical axis. The decision to photograph the ceiling from a viewpoint that is completely perpendicular to it is an invitation always to look upwards to capture otherwise unexplored sensations. The use of black and white helps lighten the physicality of the volumes, while also transporting reality to a timeless dimension, the place of memory. The depth of the image thus acquires connotations that are more metaphysical than physical, so that the photograph becomes a magnetic pole that beckons spectators to abandon themselves to an overall vision.
Angelo Morelli definitively turned to photography when, while visiting the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid, he came across a Robert Capa retrospective devoted to the Spanish Civil War. His path, marked by the example of the Czech photographer Josef Koudelka, did not go in the direction of wartime reporting, and Morelli instead turned to landscape photography, architecture and travel, as witnessed by his reports from Cuba, Morocco, Romania, Argentina, Madagascar and Egypt. In 2005 and 2006 he took the pictures for the Italian press campaigns for the Moroccan Ministry of Tourism and participated in various expeditions in the Libyan Sahara, where he followed the Italian-Libyan archaeological mission and documented its work. During the same period, in Bergamo he participated in two collective exhibitions, La città che sale (2005, Complesso di Sant’Agostino) and faces:places=art:emotion (2006, Museo Storico). He collaborated with the Dutch agency The Cover Story, which specializes in photojournalism, and he is currently linked with the English agency Millennium Images. Since 2010 Morelli has worked for the Region of Piedmont to create a large archive of Piedmont’s Baroque architecture. In 2013 he exhibited at the open-air museum of Camo (Cuneo), in an artistic project curated by Claudio Lorenzoni. Morelli currently lives and works in Turin.