Massimo Gardone is a photographer since 1982, he specializes in visual communication and, in a wider sense, in any possible form of contamination with graphic design, video, art and design. He finds it comfortable to work in his studio (www.azimutphoto.it), at his own pace and with his tribe. His work has contributed, often crucially, to building the image of important Italian and international firms.
His flowers are the connective tissue of books and publications, an integral part of objects of design such as lamps, ceramics, tables and carpets for companies like Foscarini, Moroso, Ceramica Viva, Nodus, Aboca, Jannelli & Volpi, Bassetti and Bompiani. Decisive too have been his contributions as director of photography to videos such as N+N Corsino’s “Amorces intimes”, presented at the museums of fine arts of Shanghai, Beijing and Canton, and Alice’s video clip “Non ero mai sola”. He has also produced the videos “Infinity” and “Inspire”, both for Foscarini.
His works have been included in a number of solo and group exhibitions at the Revoltella Museum in Triest, Ugo Carà Museum in Muggia, Forni Gallery in Bologna. Lumans Editiongalerie take his pictures from Berlin to Europe, the United States and Australia.