Signore Maurizio Urso focuses on historical city landscapes.
The exhibition, which runs for two months at St Augustine’s Convent in Old Bakery Street, Valletta, features 26 prints by Italian photographer Maurizio Urso and a team
of professionals, which capture the two territories’ common elements as well as unique ones, including sacred art, architecture and landscapes.
“The exhibition narrates Valletta and Matera culturally and artistically. It’s not a simple sequence of images but, like a journey, it is a sensorial experience with spectacular images,” said TV journalist and author Mariangela Petruzzelli, who is also the curator of the exhibition.
(Extract: The Times Fade out, zoom in, 8 December 2018).