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FIN

In Self-portrait by ahtzirilagarde

I did it. I wrote a book. No matter how you imagine them, there are things that can only be understood until they happen to you. Like having a child. …

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Ninfa No. 9

In Fine Art by ahtzirilagarde

Summer is in Rome and finally I got to create an image I wanted to do so long ago. Ninfa no. 9 shows my romantic side which lately has been …

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A Touch of Darkness

In Still Life by ahtzirilagarde

A Touch of Darkness is always good idea, right? This is my interpretation of yin yang translated in a minimal still life shot. Coffee is that dark touch that contaminates …

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Meet Me in Mountauk

In Fine Art, Portraits by ahtzirilagarde

Meet Me in Mountauk is a tribut to one of my favorite films: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. This movie conquered my heart for the amazing idea, greatest cast, …

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Sirena Romana

In Fine Art, Self-portrait by ahtzirilagarde

Sirena Romana is the first self-portrait of 2016. It is a work that, after 18 months of photographic pause, brings me back to the field confirming the most pronounced feature currently …

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Summer Widow

In Fine Art, Portraits by ahtzirilagarde

Summer Widow is the only shooting of 2015. As I’ve mentioned before, photography was left aside for a whole year, while I was diving deep on the writing of my …

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La Scala

In Fine Art by ahtzirilagarde

La Scala is my first collaboration with the male side. I wanted to portray the feline essence of Stefano Camellini for so long and this collab was a great excuse to …

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No More Blue Tomorrows

In Fine Art, Self-portrait by ahtzirilagarde

Probably, No More Blue Tomorrows is the most representative of my self-portraits. It was created to express the concept of reconciliation inside the break; the harmony of closing a chapter or a …

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New Horizons

In Fine Art, Self-portrait by ahtzirilagarde

When I saw La Grande Bellezza, I did feel totally understood by Paolo Sorrentino (and who knows how have the Italians felt or the Romans themselves!). On that time, I was already  thinking …