Michele Borzoni | Inshallah

© Michele Borzoni, Gerusalemme, 2012. Copti etiopi ortodossi celebrano il Sabato Santo
nella sezione a loro riservata della Chiesa del Santo Sepolcro. Il Patriarca armeno, quello
ortodosso e quello latino sono i tre custodi della Chiesa del Santo Sepolcro che è ulteriormente
divisa fra le varie confessioni cristiane
© Michele Borzoni, Gerusalemme, 2012. Copti etiopi ortodossi celebrano il Sabato Santo nella sezione a loro riservata della Chiesa del Santo Sepolcro. Il Patriarca armeno, quello ortodosso e quello latino sono i tre custodi della Chiesa del Santo Sepolcro che è ulteriormente divisa fra le varie confessioni cristiane

curated by Renata Ferri

Michele Borzoni has devoted more than three years to the Christian communities in the Middle East, traveling in each country, at different times, to focus on human morphology and geographical territory. He has known and lived in the places of this photographic exploration by looking at the current condition of the communities where Christianity originated. His approach is thoughtful. He introduces every place with perfect, balanced landscape pictures able to understand the nature of the territory by relying on the choice of light, waiting for the best one that can make to the viewer the atmosphere that he himself took. The exploration is deepened by the resumption of moments of private life, portraits of interior and daily gestures that, as a punctuation mark, go with the viewer to watch every scene where everything is quietly life, full of details that tell stories.
Only if you watch patiently, without haste, sensing the atmosphere and peering details, you get your own personal vision. An invitation to observe, able to induce reflection.

(from a text by Renata Ferri)


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