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The Longest Sunset

During a flight to Keflavík airport, it is possible to see a sunset for many hours. Staying in Reykjavík during December is like living in a month long sunset.

The most important thing for these works was maintaining focus on the quiet secret and intimate relationship between the photographer and the landscape.

The ancient struggle of the survival of man against nature forms the background for images that don't try to give answers. These photographs represent natural elements that are deeply connected to the unknown. There is a surreal aspect to the composition that obscures the interpretation of the image.

Name :

Alessandro Mallamaci

Country :

Italy

Project :

The Longest Sunset

Residency :

Seljavegur

Month :

December

Year :

2022

Grants :

In 2022 his dummy book “Un luogo bello” won the Open Submission at Belfast Photo Festival, it was selected among the participants of portfolio reviews at Revela’T photography festival in Spain and Imago Lisboa Photo Festival in Portugal. In 2021 it was shortlisted at Andy Rocchelli Grant, and it received a special mention at Urbanautica Institute Annual Award.
Finalist at Portfolio Italia in 2015, in the same year exhibits at the festival of photography SiFest Off.

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