Anna Belleforte

The series Places looks at vernacular architecture in transition.  The structures show life departed but not yet fully overgrown. All architecture, whether vernacular or monumental, echoes the society that built it. Fissures in communities eventually find their way into buildings. Decisions to uphold a structure or let it deteriorate are owned collectively. There is a deeper story than simply neglect. By capturing these moments of vulnerability, I want to express something about human struggles. They are built with pieces of paper: maps (relevant to the place) transparently painted in acrylic, natural textures from magazine pages, and additional media.

Price range: € 500 - 1500