With his series “Urban Melodies” Trerotoli creates, by superimposing different pictures, an abstract representation of urban landscapes and contemporary life from modern metropolis like Rome, New York, Paris, Berlin and many others. By juxtaposing different images, Trerotoli aims to show an usual image in a conceptual way, where everything is duplicated, the lights and the structures multiply and build a new vision of urban life.
About Alessio Trerotoli
I am an Italian photographer, born in Rome in 1981. Graduated in 2009 in Disciplines of Arts and Cinema, in the same year I started to travel in Europe and in America, taking pictures and making experiences.
My first exhibition was in 2010, since then my pictures were shown in several galleries, in Italy and abroad. In 2012 I published my first book, “Fuori dalla caverna”, with notes and pictures of my travels and at the end of the same year I began my most important project, “Urban Melodies”. In 2013 I won Abstracta Festival and the years after I won other prizes and honorable mentions at Urban International Photo Contest, International Photographer of the Year Awards and Fine Art Photography Awards.
In 2017 Marius Vieth has included me in the list of the World’s 25 Best Fine Art Photographers. Now I live and work at Rome, waiting for the next travel…
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