/ 2020 / Fine Art / Architecture

Minhattan

  • Prize
    Gold in Fine Art/Architecture
  • Photographer
    Stefano Degli Esposti

Study about the architecture of Manhattan’s skyline according to a minimal style. Urban textures made from lines, shapes, dots where to find relax by losing own eyes. A smooth bidimensional vision of New York, rather different than the ordinary way we all are used to see, such to look like a quiet and silent city. Reportage performed in motion aboard of a river cruise.

Stefano Degli Esposti is a non-professional photographer who mostly loves to lose himself in metropolitan areas to play with modern architectural features to compose patterns from buildings details or clusters. He started from travel photography since very young and embraced many categories stepwise, often aimed by the search of abstract as a common thread of his artistic path. Imagination is the most important ingredient of his art, regardless the environment or the subject. His main exhibitions are based in Milan. Many works were published by magazines: Panorama, Gente di Fotografia.

Awards 2017: Calcutta Journalists Club exhibition, winner in cat. Abstract
2018: PX3, bronze medal in cat. Nature/Aerial
2019: * IPA, three honorable mentions
* 13th Color Awards, two honorable mentions in cat.s Silhouette
and Aerial
2020: * LightSpace Time, 10th CistyScapes, two honorable mentions
* LightSpace Time, 11th Abstracts, one honorable mention
* LightSpace Time, 4th Patterns, one 7th place and one special
recognition
* PX3, gold medal and silver medal in cat.FineArt/Architecture;
silver medal in cat. Nature / Sky; one honorable mention in
cat. Special/Special Effects
* 15th Spider Awards: 6th place in cat. Abstract; 7th place in
cat. People; 3 honorable mentions in cat.s Silhouette,
People, Abstract
* 14th Color Awards, 4th place in cat. Abstract; 7th place in
cat. Americana; 25th place in cat. Portrait;seven nominations
in cat.s Aerial, Architecture, Fine Art, Nature, Silhouette
* TIFA, one silver medal in cat. Events/Music; three honorable
mentions in cat.s Architecture/Buildings, Fine Art/Abstract,
Nature/Aerial