“Raindrop Blues”: The Art Of Superimposition Photography By Alessio Trerotoli
“The rain washes memories off the sidewalk of life”, Woody Allen said in a old movie. Raindrops, like in a blues song, fall with a repetitive but fascinating rhythm, awakening, as they were called in XVII century, the “blue demons”: a suffused sensation of melancholia. Raindrop Blues Project tries to dip the viewer in a sort of oneiric reality, where the rain seems to fall on everyone, creating evocative images where every element – the street, the sky, the characters, the viewer – is involved in a romantic and, in the same time, melancholic feeling. As Bob Marley said, when it rains some “feel” the rain, others just get wet…
Born in Rome, Italian photographer Alessio Trerotoli graduated in 2009 in Disciplines of Arts and Cinema.
Through his photographs, Alessio Trerotoli tries to catch the real soul of a street or a building, with something that belongs to its history and in the same time to its daily life. The inspiration behind his work come from the daily life in modern cities and the search for beauty in the alienated modern urban landscapes. He sees his art as being “a puzzle, an enigma to solve. The right combination exists, but we have to find it.
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