Is it possible to synthesize the soul of a city through photographs of its buildings? The work of Michele Molinari heads in that direction, overlooking the Buenos Aires of historic monuments and focusing on the common dwellings that stud the skyline of the porteña city. They are boundary lines by day and by night, suburban intersections trying to spur on the vertical expansion of the city. Molinari goes to go back to the same places after a period of time to crystalize the changes and witness the urban fabric. CABA is about what I like the most in Buenos Aires: light, architecture, people.
Michele Molinari is a visual artist, writer, photographer and journalist. Born in Mantua, Italy. Based in Milan, he works for several years as freelance journalist and photographer for Italian life style and travel magazines. New York City (1997-2005). From the US he corresponds for the Italian press. Buenos Aires, Argentina, (2005-2012). He works on visual art and photography. Moves back to Italy in 2012. More of his photos can be seen on EyeEm and Flickr. You can follow on Twitter and Instagram as @micmol and @micmol.art Some of his works belong to galleries and private collections.