I think of Fernando Biagioni's photographs as a great way to communicate without having to say anything. Images constantly affect the way we think, act, consume and slave but as Susan Sontag once mentioned, photographs are also just proof that the captured moment, once existed. His photos don't take a critical view on society. Neither on politics. Far from that. It's a trip into nostalgia. A collection of images proving that given moment took place. It feels like a dashboard diary written with photos without captions on a wrong way train with a one way ticket. All shot on film and hand printed in a very small darkroom. Obviously.
At the same time, some might say his photos take an extremely critical view on society, politics, happiness, sadness and everything in between.