A zero environmental impact reportage made of pictures, kind people and beautiful landscapes.
Subjects photographed lives in Mogoro, a town in Marmilla, in the center-west side of Sardinia, down Monte Arci e not so far from the sea. There are mild climate conditions featured by the wind called Maestrale.
A 4000 people village, surrounded by vineyards, olive groves, cornfields, nuraghi and tiny woods. The Green around and the Mediterranean Bush Smell in the air are great for a real chrome and aromatherapy, relieving stress and similar illnesses. A town separated by the turism centres, without an efficient economy, but with a great history in craftsmanship and pastoralism.
A town in Sardinia, an Italian village, with Mediterranean features, as many in Europa, as many in the world.
Review Milan Photo Festival
Stefano Pia pictures are a way to transpose project “Zero Kms” of agriculture inside a reportage. To realise an original report, to show the unseen, it is not necessary going in the other side of the world. Stefano Pia opens just his house door, a house in Mogoro, little town known in Sardinia hill side. Pictures have a touch of ethnography mixed with Cartier Bresson style, showing a not touristic side of Sardinia, not less beautiful, true, fresh, rich of people, with history and simplicity.