Photo by Marco Introini The sequence presented for the exhibition is a selection of a broader documentary work on Mantua that reflects on the relation between the urban fabric and monuments, started in 2012 and carried out during the years. Marco Introini graduated in architecture. He is a photographer specializing in landscape and architecture. He teaches Architecture Photography and Representation of Architecture at the Politecnico in Milan. In 2006 he published his work in the catalogue of the Italian Pavilion of the 10th Biennial of Architecture curated by Franco Purini.
He was interviewed by Letizia Gagliardi for the book La Misura dello Spazio, where he features among the twenty most influential photographers of architecture of the past ten years.
In 2015 he was commissioned by the Italian Ministry of Culture to document post-war architecture in the region of Lombardia.
In 2015 his project Milano Illuminista was selected by the Fondo Malerba per la Fotografia .
In 2016 he held a solo exhibition, Ritratti di Monumenti, at the Museum MAGA, and Warm Modernity_Indian Paradigm at the 21st Triennial. The book, by the same title, curated by Maddalena d’Alfonso, has won the RedDot Award 2016.