Stefano Perego was born in Milan in 1984. Over the years he had the opportunity to go many times to the countries of the former U.R.S.S. to photograph the architectures belonging to this historical period. Stefano Perego’s work over the years has become an important research tool that testifies to what was built on one of the most important and still little known geographical areas of the 1900s. His photos have been published by the most important international magazines and magazines, as well as exhibited by numerous galleries.
The architectures you photographer are fascinating, but at the same time disquieting and often forsaken. They are a direct testimony of the work of man, I think that your judgment about us is not too positive.
In reality most of the buildings I photograph are still used, some of them for their original purpose, others for different purposes. It happens to find restored buildings that maintain the original characteristics or that have never been subjected to interventions and therefore their appearance is wonderfully decadent, as if they...
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