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Anthroposphere

  • Prize
    Silver in Fine Art/Collage
  • Company
    Arsenale Salvatore Balice
  • Photographer
    Salvatore Balice

Anthroposphere is an ongoing project. In these images, obtained by overlapping my photographs of modern and contemporary architecture, I'm trying to depict the caos of the contemporary mankind's sphere of life through the built environment as in the definition of junk-space by the architect Rem Koolhaas : " if space-junk is the human debris that litters the universe, junk-space is the residue mankind leaves on the planet. The built ... product of modernization is not modern architecture but Junkspace".

Architectural interior designer and visual artist.
As a visual artist I use different media to express my vision of life.
My works are the result of the daily dialogical tension that I experience between observing the external world and the inner one, my very personal one.
When using photography as a media I tend to multilayering, collaging, juxtaposing my photographs , taken in different places and in different moments, aiming to convey through the final image the experience of a certain moment of my path of life.
My artworks, then, become a mirror for my inner self.

Awards 2020 - 13th INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARD - 2nd Place
Merit of Excellence in Abstract Photography

2019 - 12th INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARD - Nominee in Nude -

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2018 - 11th INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARD - Nominee in Architecture -


2017 - MOPLA Month of Fotography Los Angeles - selected photos from the project "Maroc" will be showcased during the festival 12 jan - 12 feb


2015 - NYC4PA - Urban Landscape - Competition - New York
Honorable Mention


2013- IPA Photography Award - Honorable Mention - Fine Art/Abstract


2013 – Light Space & Time - Seascape Art Exhibition - Special Merit Award


2013 – Photography Center Of Cape Cod – Massachusetts (USA)
This Land Is Your Land – Salvatore Balice, “Calaverde” –
First prize . Best of the show -


2012 –Better Digital Camera Award– On line competition - Bronze Award - Australia