“Time – one of the core elements of photography – has been central to my research from the very beginning. Acceleration – together with the absence of a defined direction – is leading society towards a sense of time that is single, global, and hysteric; a compressed and artificial time.” -Andrea Galvani
Andrea Galvani, Italian photographer living in both Milan & New York and whose work is known for it’s minimalistic and surreal style often featuring a single subject or group of like subjects. Most of his work features balloons floating through space or grouped together. Galvani primarily photographs animals such as horses, rabbits and other wildlife. He is considered one of Italy’s most promising young artists.