Bronze / 2019 / Fine Art / Architecture


  • Prize
    Bronze in Fine Art/Architecture
  • Company
  • Photographer
    Emiliano Pinnizzotto
  • Credit
    Emiliano Pinnizzotto

The Monoliths were usually immense, imposing and very heavy stones. Our ancestors lifted them from the ground with great difficulty, worked them and placed as an indelible mark of their passage on this earth. The monoliths were idolized, becoming not only prehistoric works of art but sacred objects, respected as divinities. Nowadays, monoliths can be reinterpreted by the wonders of architectural works. The images in this series want to reinterpret the architectural idea, with the use of light and the language of black and white.

Emiliano Pinnizzotto is a Photoreporter and Visual Journalist, based in Rome, Italy.
Born in Rome on 25 June 1983 started to taking pictures since as a child.
Through the years began to direct his passion toward photo-reportage especially in social, anthropology, and travel photography. He exposed his images in several exhibitions, collective and personal, in various italian cities and abroad like: London, Paris, Dubai, Lima, Sintra, Portland ecc
He published his images in several newspaper and magazine and some images in Photographic Books edited by Graffiti Press.