Category Archives: Projects | Progetti

Projects are the milestones of my – perhaps-  infinite journey towards the understanding of what my photography is.
I progetti rappresentano le tappe intermedie del mio forse infinito viaggio verso la scoperta di quella che è la mia fotografia, sia a livello concettuale che a livello prettamente espressivo.

Tatemae Honne Silvia Casali Photography

Tatemae | Honne

My status: almost fifty years, woman, mother and wife, with a malignant black hole in the back, in a town in the Italian province. My shell armor is quickly giving way, and that black hole reminds me of it every

Tatemae Honne Silvia Casali Photography

Tatemae | Honne

My status: almost fifty years, woman, mother and wife, with a malignant black hole in the back, in a town in the Italian province. My shell armor is quickly giving way, and that black hole reminds me of it every

Alberto Soncini Silvia Casali Photography

Alberto

Alberto Soncini, born in 1920, the marvel of a life “despite all”, the energy of enjoying life “despite all”. “Despite all” for Alberto meant many of the most terrible things that a human being can experience during his lifetime: his

Alberto Soncini Silvia Casali Photography

Alberto

Alberto Soncini, born in 1920, the marvel of a life “despite all”, the energy of enjoying life “despite all”. “Despite all” for Alberto meant many of the most terrible things that a human being can experience during his lifetime: his

Officine Meccaniche Reggiane Silvia Casali Photography

Officine Meccaniche Reggiane

The Officine Meccaniche Reggiane, also known as “Le Reggiane”, located in Reggio Emilia, was one of the most important company in Italy from its opening on 1901 until the end of WWII. In these huge buildings military aircrafts were built,

Officine Meccaniche Reggiane Silvia Casali Photography

Officine Meccaniche Reggiane

The Officine Meccaniche Reggiane, also known as “Le Reggiane”, located in Reggio Emilia, was one of the most important company in Italy from its opening on 1901 until the end of WWII. In these huge buildings military aircrafts were built,

Come butta oggi Gildo?

Quelli delle 5.30

“Quelli delle 5.30” (5.30 am folks) is a small project that collects some of the images I show during the last 5 years while on holiday in Riccione (Italy). While I am there I usually wake up before dawn and head

Come butta oggi Gildo?

Quelli delle 5.30

“Quelli delle 5.30” (5.30 am folks) is a small project that collects some of the images I show during the last 5 years while on holiday in Riccione (Italy). While I am there I usually wake up before dawn and head

Bottega Rosati copyright silvia casali

Bottega Rosati

Mr. Rosati, an expert bicycle mechanic, died in 2002 and that day his bottega (shop in Italian)) closed for good. My task was to document the state of the this little dark place before renovations. During these 15 years dust

Bottega Rosati copyright silvia casali

Bottega Rosati

Mr. Rosati, an expert bicycle mechanic, died in 2002 and that day his bottega (shop in Italian)) closed for good. My task was to document the state of the this little dark place before renovations. During these 15 years dust

E m i l i a

  E m i l i a is a  narrating the history of my home town, Scandiano, and of my own region in Italy – Emilia Romagna – through the stories of the women that in the past eighty years

E m i l i a

  E m i l i a is a  narrating the history of my home town, Scandiano, and of my own region in Italy – Emilia Romagna – through the stories of the women that in the past eighty years

Turban Child by Silvia Casali Commended Photography at Sony World Photography Award 2017

ਿਵਆ ਏਮੀਿਲਆ | Via Emilia

Travelling on the Via Emilia in Italy, and meeting people whose hands carry on a tradition that nowadays is labelled as “dirty and tiring” by the Emilia’s natives. People whose bright eyes marked by time are curious to learn the

Turban Child by Silvia Casali Commended Photography at Sony World Photography Award 2017

ਿਵਆ ਏਮੀਿਲਆ | Via Emilia

Travelling on the Via Emilia in Italy, and meeting people whose hands carry on a tradition that nowadays is labelled as “dirty and tiring” by the Emilia’s natives. People whose bright eyes marked by time are curious to learn the