A Photographer, a Colleague, a Friend. An ongoing history of Opera, indeed, of Operas. Gianni Caon a Photographer Under Track as he likes to say about himself. For him there is no solitude but mental oxygenation in the search for infinite spaces to be imprinted in the form of images on the most disparate but always superior quality materials. His photography can be defined as Essential purified by people as a metaphysical research of the image. His relationship with Photography began in the late 60s when Printing was something that needed Love and great technique. Consecutive hours in the darkroom careful reading of the negatives red or green lights not to impress the film. Years and years of experience from photolithography to film to digital dealing with the old and sacred love of film. Freelance in commercial and fashion photography and always difficult to meet. In fact, Sotto Traccia suits him perfectly, except when he signs his impeccable photographic works. Then the meeting with me, Stefano Zampieri, a few years ago. The Photographic Prints of Maestro Gianni Caon are made on pure cotton fabric, which is the same material used for a part of my Works, therefore, nothing easier was for me to put “Hand” on them. Caon’s photographic subjects have been reinterpreted by me by adding or eliminating shapes and colors. The pictorial techniques used are the classic ones of my work (oil colors – synthetic – innovative compounds). The choice of technique is obviously variable to obtain the effects of transparency or coverage that I want. However, a factor that is decisive for the choice of the type of material I use is, always, the resistance to external agents (light, heat, smog) to ensure that the Works themselves have consecration in Eternity, like the masterpieces of the Past. Today the two Artists, united after years of experience, give life to photographic prints, unique and signed by both, which reproduce landscapes and cities in a new and visionary form. Una nuova era dell’immaginario. Due visionari “qui ed ora” e prossimamente in Galleria Rimanete informati!


Una bella performance in #facciospazionelmiospazio #viasilla96 #Roma


Nico Colucci, coreografo, ballerino ed ora Scrittore. Il Cammino Del Cretino, libro che racconta in maniera semplice e diretta un sogno, divenuto realtà, in cui il Cretino, il suo amico cantante, Michael Anzalone , e lui, lo Scemo, si ritrovano a camminare camminare e poi ancora camminare, dando vita ad una serie di situazioni che “apriranno gli occhi” su un modo di viaggiare desueto ma , purtoppo ed anche tristemente, molto praticato oggi da milioni e milioni di persone che migrano da un paese all’altro del nostro pianeta. Nico e Michael, scopritori di mille cose in un mondo, il nostro, troppo virtuale. Un Antonio Randazzo, attore, che interpreta alcuni brani del libro e ci lascia stupiti per la sua intensità.

Una bella critica per un progetto interessante. Gianni Caon e me, uniti.

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Gianni Caon – photographer

Castelfranco Veneto (TV) in 1955.

Atmospheres suspended in time: this is how the works of Gianni Caon can be defined, which immediately affect the characteristic photographic cut. The saturated colors, the whites and the exasperated blacks of Gianni Caon’s photographs contrast with the everyday life of the immortalized scenes: views of cities of art like Florence, Venice and Rome, alpine and coastal landscapes merge to create a unique tonality and place. The photographs focus each one on a specific detail: Caon’s attention is focused on capturing the light of places, whether they are the rays of the sun reflecting on the mountains or the crystalline mirror of water.
It is very important to be able to capture the exact moment to capture the perfect shot, because the photographs are created through a very special technique: it simulates the creation of an overview through the use of continuous shots, which are then analyzed and juxtaposed to each other , like many pieces of a mosaic.
Very interesting is the collaboration with Stefano Zampieri, who with his pictorial style highlights even more the eternity of the places photographed. Thanks to the dense and decisive brushstrokes, which blend perfectly with the many net contour lines of the images, Zampieri creates static atmospheres, suspended in time, almost “historicized” in their majesty: the observer can therefore immerse himself and abandon himself totally to the painting, a synthesis of the perfect fusion between photography and painting.

Francesca Stocco, Dr. in History of Arts

Faccio Spazio Nel Mio Spazio – Nico Colucci

back stage


Una  foto che la dice lunga sul lavoro che


stiamo svolgendo. Un bel percorso per preparare un “Video”.

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 Angela Giassi

 by Stefano Zampieri
Ancora una serie di scene da girare a Roma e poi si parte con il montaggio.