Massimo Listri’s Empty Photographs

Massimo Listri’s work day probably has him talking to a handful of people, max. This is because the spaces the Italian photographer captures are so complex and detailed on their own, putting people in the image just seems to be pushing it a bit far.
Which isn’t to say Massimo’s career is boring. Taking some of Europe’s biggest and most beautiful spaces—from Rome’s Vatican Museum to Florence’s Palazzo Pitti—and having them all to himself, the photographer is able to deliver some of the most stunning shots, elevating what would be a tourist snap to fine art.

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