RENATO CORPACI was born in Milan. He has worked in the field of Business Communication, Education (e-Learning) and Corporate Publishing. Author of novels, photographer. About himself and his work he says: «As a writer, I like to take pictures with a literary twist or images that can illustrate a story: Buzzati’s The Tartar Steppe, for example, or Shakespeare’s Macbeth.»
«Some aspects of what I do can be characterized by groups of photos. One of these is what I call “Magical Realism”, when I try to capture a moment in space-time. At this time, reality is suspended and produces a dilemma. In those moments, I feel like a fisherman throwing nets with a wider mesh, to capture, not the fish, but the spirit of the fish. »
«When you like a work of art or a photograph, you mentally place it in a certain context that you feel can describe you: a room in your lodging or holiday accommodation. I think there are images that can qualify you and make you a happier person even when they are placed in the humble rooms of the house, such as the kitchen, the bathroom, the cellar or the garage.»
Numbered “Fine Art” prints (up to 30 multiples) on Hahnemhüle PhotoRag © Bright White cotton paper. Certificate attesting catalog number and printing parameters, also validated by a numbered hologram, which attests the print number and the printing process. (Prices are VAT included).
Multiple prints of 30 for each measure (including certification). The printing and assembly process consists of two liquid components that adhere to the surfaces without the use of a solid, forming a sandwich with photographic printing between two rigid materials (eg acrylic transparent / perspex on the surface of the photo and Dibond on the back). In addition to protecting photos from scratches, dirt and preventing alterations, it enhances chromatic contrast and the most imperceptible details, giving new dimensions and intensity to the images. Anti-UV protects prints from weather and chemical impurities present in the air. (Prices are VAT included).
Multiple prints of 30 for each measure (including certification). Print on Fujifilm or Kodak matte paper, mounted on aluminum Dibond. Certificate attesting catalog number and printing parameters, validated by a numbered hologram, which attests the print run. (Prices are VAT included).