The adjectival forced eclecticism brings a definition of dynamism. Items that are made compatible from a coherent mixture of elements, thus forming a whole organic. Mario Sorrenti is an Italian photographer, born in Naples. The color is the protagonist of his stories, contrasting its dynamism. Since faces covered in paint, until colliding bodies with a solid bright background, the artist manages to condense into a multiple image elements whose structural basis is color. At ten years old he moved to New York, which houses his development as a photographer. He has exhibited in London, Paris, Monaco and New York, the city where he currently resides. He has done campaigns for brands such as Calvin Klein, Lancome, Paco Rabanne and Benetton. His photographs include characters from both the world of fashion, and show biz. These include Kate Moss, Penelope Cruz, Iggy Pop, Scarlett Johansson, among others.
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