The photographs of Antonio Biasiucci (Dragoni, Caserta, 1961) are glances at real details, fragments in black and white which in exposing physical entities always refer to something else, to the similitude towards different things from the world or towards absolute symbols.
The volume collects the works exhibited in the spaces of the Centro Arti Visive Pescheria Pesaro; three cycles that mark some of the decisive stages of his work, from the 80s to the 2000s.
The installation Molti ('Many'), which opens and gives the title to the volume, is re-proposed six years after its first exhibition at the MADRE Museum in Naples, thanks to the perfect agreement between the space of the Chiesa del Suffragio and the powerful intents of the work.
Then follow the images of the cycle Vapori ('Vapours') and Madri ('Mothers'), exhibited in the Loggiato, in which the themes of sacrifice, life and death represent the essential cornerstones of the proposed works.
The volume includes a text by Chiara Pirozzi, an interview with Ludovico Pratesi and biographical apparatus.
Pesaro, Centro Arti Visive Pescheria, December 2015 - January 2016