Fabiano Parisi was born in 1977 in Rome, where he lives and works. He decides to devote himself to photography about four years ago, while completing his university studies in psychology.
Abandoned factories become immediately his privileged subject. His research focuses on the abandoned places, the aesthetics of these architectural structures deprived of human presence, frozen in the past but capable of telling a story. Parisi is the winner for Celeste Prize International 2010 in New York in photography & digital graphics category. He has exhibited his works in several solo show, including the latest in September 2010 t the Museo di Roma in Trastevere. In 2009 with the show Still Life at the Fabbrica Borroni in Milan, then at the La Contemporanea Studio Art Gallery in Turin and in Rome, in May 2009 with the exhibition Ouverture at the Monocromo Art Gallery. Also in 2009 he was selected for the Celeste Prize International in the category Installation & Sculpture for the photographic installation (R)esisto.
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