Posts Tagged ‘Italy’

Aaron C. Greenman: Florence, Italy

© Aaron C. Greenman

As Samuel Johnson (1709 – 1784) once said, “A man who has not been in Italy is always conscious of an inferiority.” A generation ago, for a young college student from the United States studying Renaissance and Baroque architecture at university, this was certainly true. Arriving in Florence for the first time on the slow [...]

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Between the [frame] Lines: Venice


Matt Borkowski is a Brooklyn, NY based photographer focused on minimalism and environmental portraiture. His extensive artistic background includes work in graphic and web design, fashion and literature. To most, Venice is a world of mystery. Almost instinctively, images of winding canals, narrow alley ways and gondolas rush through people’s minds. To be honest, I [...]

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