1 Reggia di Venaria II, Piemonte 2007
2 Reggia di Venaria I, Piemonte 2007
3 Palazzo Reale III, Stockholm, 1998
4 Biblioteca di Michelozzo a S. Marco, Firenze, 2009
5 Stupinigi I, Piemonte, 2007
photos © Massimo Listri
When asked about his distinctive manner and technique, Massimo Listri reveals that it is purely a question of sensibility. "Intuition is something you cannot learn, it is your emotions, the way you look at your subject. Technique is just a tool which we all have to learn at the beginning of our career." Is everything a question of perspective or of approaching life from the right vantage point? "My photography is an expression of tranquility and silence in this chaotic society -a sense of perspective and equilibrium. This is therapy for the soul. Every time I take a photo is like the first time a treasure is revealed, a first emotion, be it an empty room or the greatest treasures of the Vatican." It might be that those photos are so fascinating because they confront us with a meditation on the nature of the infinite. Massimo Listri declares that his work was strongly influenced by Piero della Francesca. More about Massimo Listri on Yatzer.
then to Francesco di Giorgio Martini.