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An herbarium, a collection of different species of plants and flowers, is a scientific manner of observing, categorizing and cataloguing nature. In ERBARIO Margherita Cesaretti investigates the fragile beauty of flowers. The series is the outcome of various techniques, ranging from glass negatives to digital photography. For Cesaretti, these plants, once again awakened to life, are a metaphor for the way that man seeks ways to survive in all circumstances.
Margherita Cesaretti (Italy, 1982) was trained as a painter at the Belle Arti in Florence, and in 2010 received a diploma from the Fondazione Studio Marangoni. In 2010 she won the Special Italia Prize, and a year later the Fofu Photo Challenge prize.
Price EUR 15,00