Campagne senesi, Toscana

  • Andrea Liverani
  • 2015
  • Inv. No. 304.16.10
  • Edition 30 + 2 AP
  • Categories: Paesaggio

The coexistence of man and nature is the crucial hint to reflect for every observer of Andrea Liverani’s photos. His artworks, which can be compared to a painting because of theirs sensitivity and preparation, portrays real situations and hand over to memory moments which caused emotions in the artist. In different images simple natural environments, silent and bare, are depicted. Nevertheless, in every photo, whether at the centre or on the side, there is always a human element which points out the rooted presence of human kind in a world which is always more hanging in the balance. However, human beings are strangely always absent; only their traces in the world can be noticed: their only appearance is concealed behind the camera lens. This artistic choice has the aim of emphasizing the role of man in his world, highlighting the importance of finding a balance with the nature. 
Andrea Liverani quickly develops his interest in photography, he studied on his own andhe started to create original projets. He became a professional photographer when he took part of the Associazione Nazionale Fotografi Professionisti. He explores different photography fields as portrait, landscape,fashion and architecture. Thanks to his interest in architecture photography, he realized some important reports for several magazines and companies. Liverani usually works in his studio located in Imola where he tried to  analyze in depth and experience the whole world of photography. With his modern atelier, he really became a pioneer in his subject. From Romanticism paintings Liverani borrowsthe focus on furor and passion and the interest inportraying open air spaces. The photographer worked together with National Geographic, and also with Corriere della Sera, Io Donna, Repubblica, Interni. In 2015 he took part in the Biennale of Rome and in Fiera di arte contemporanea in Padova where he won the Art Talent Price. And not least, the critic Giovanni Faccenda and the pubblic really admired and esteemed Liverani’s exhibit at Wikiarte Expo 2016.