The interviews on Two Way Lens continue with another great and outstanding photographer.
Massimo Vitali is an Italian photographer based in Lucca, Italy.
He studied photography at the London College of Printing and initially worked as a photojournalist for the Report Agency in the 1970s, and later as a movie camera operator.
In 1995 he took on fine art photography, often standing on a podium four or five meters high, and using large-format film cameras to capture high-resolution details over a broad expanse in locations such as beaches, clubs and public spaces.
His works is exhibited internationally, represented by several galleries worldwide and included in the world's major museums, like the Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, the Guggenheim Museum, New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, the Fond National Art Contemporaine, Paris, the Centre Pompidou, Paris, the Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris, the Fondation Cartier, Paris and the Museo Luigi Pecci, Prato.
To see more of Massimo's iconic work please visit his website.
His contribution for Two Way Lens can be found here.
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