Aldo’s sophisticated eye for minimal landscapes and his almost flemish-peinture approach to portraiture make an unexpected contrast with the committed themes he chooses to represent. From the exploration of the link between media and war in Gaza strip (Plunged into Cast Lead and A Scorching Summer) to the most recent Rare Disease, Rare Life, his ability to establish a deep relationship with his subjects has granted him many awards. His pictures have been exhibited in Italy and abroad, including the recent XV Biennale de la Mediterranée,Thessaloniki, Greece. Aldo currently lives in Milan.
Since 2013, he's represented by Echo Photo Agency.
This feature aims to investigate and document what are the needs and the everyday life of the people suffering from rare diseases. Discovering that behind every case of a rare disease lurks a real life rare , made of force , stubbornness , suffering, but also of great joy and discovery.
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