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"#Inthesky Rome |V" by James Bacchi

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"# inthesky" is an inspired series of mobile photographs. Shot spontaneously, these images portray the volatile relationship between the sky and the urban landscape. Each image contrast​s fleeting moments of beauty, strength and vulnerability. Muses for this ongoing series, which began in 2015, are San Francisco, Palm Springs, New York, Las Vegas, Rome, Venice, Paris and Budapest.

This NFT includes 10" x 8" signed print.

Website: Museum.io Collections on OpenSea

About the Artist:

*James Bacchi
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James Bacchi is a San Francisco/Palm Springs based iPhoneographer and Curator. #inthesky is an inspired series of mobile photographs. Shot spontaneously, these images portray the volatile relationship between the sky and the urban landscape. Each image contrasts fleeting moments of beauty, strength and vulnerability. Muses for this ongoing series, which began in 2015, are San Francisco, Palm Springs, New York, Las Vegas, Rome, Venice, Paris and Budapest. Bacchi is represented by Karyn Mannix Contemporary. His photographs have been exhibited at the Piedmont Center for the Arts, Piedmont, CA, Arc Gallery and STUDIO Gallery in San Francisco, Kathryn Markel, Bridgehampton, NY and featured at RED DOT Miami – courtesy of Karyn Mannix Contemporary. Corporate Collections include: M&M Fine Art Services, Clifton, NJ, El Camino Hospital, Mountain View, CA, UBS Financial Services, Inc., San Francisco, CA, Bridgepoint, San Francisco and University High School Corporate Offices, San Francisco, CA. The photographer’s work is included in the Museo Italo Americano’s permanent collection.

Bacchi and select works from #inthesky have been featured by: RARE MAGAZINE, BNW Magazine, BBC Culture Magazine, Only Mobile Magazine, FRAMES Magazine, VOGUE (Spain) and Manhattan Arts International. James Bacchi is a recipient of a 2021 Urban Photo Award, a Sheridan Prize For Art and a 2020 Independent Arts and Media Grant.