Alessandro Durini di Monza (ADiM)

In the early 70's, working in black and white, he concentrated on street life and its relationship to the surrounding architecture. In 1977, he switched to colour photography. Light became an integral part of his palette and his images became more surreal and at times even abstract. His style has been described as ‘black and white photography in colour’.

AdiM’s work has been purchased by major European and American collectors and corporations and has been published in various magazines.

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