Piergiorgio Branzi. Paris, 1954-2011
Bill Armstrong
Gianni Berengo Gardin
Piergiorgio Branzi
Glauco Cambi
Luca Campigotto
Robert Capa
Lorenzo Cicconi Massi
Daniele Dainelli
Robert Doisneau
Elliott Erwitt
Giorgia Fiorio
Maurizio Galimberti
Simona Ghizzoni
Mario Giacomelli
Alessandro Imbriaco
Kenro Izu
Mimmo Jodice
William Klein
Irene Kung
Herbert List
Nino Migliori
Vincent Munier
James Nachtwey
Martin Parr
Paolo Pellegrin
Martin Schoeller
Marco Pesaresi
Raghu Rai
Francesco Radino
Sebastião Salgado
Ferdinando Scianna
Massimo Siragusa
Phil Stern
Paolo Ventura
Albert Watson
Alex Webb
Marco Zanta
Mattia Zoppellaro
Andrew Zuckerman

Bill Armstrong

Bill Armstrong (USA, 1952) is a well established artist who has been exhibiting internationally for more than 25 years. His works are included in many important private and public collections, such as Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Musée de L'Elisée, Lausanne; Forma Centro Internazionale di Fotografia, Milano. Armstrong creates his imagery using a unique process of photographing found images extremely out of focus, with his lens set on the infinity setting. Armstrong's technique of extreme blurring dematerializes the figures and transforms them from the earthly to the ephemeral.