Fabio Sassi makes photos and acrylics putting a quirky twist to his subjects using what is hidden, discarded or considered to have no worth by the mainstream. Fabio lives in Bologna, Italy. His work can be viewed at http://www.fabiosassi.foliohd.com
His work has been previously featured by In Parentheses online as well as in our Print Edition.
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32 pages, published 1/15/2022
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