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Angelo Cricchi was born in Rome, Italy. After a long career as a professional athlete, his passions turned to photography. As a successful fashion photographer of prominent international clients, celebrities and for magazines, Cricchi created his own company: Lost and found Studio. His artistic photographic work paralleled his commercial photography career, from 2001 he started to make short movies and fashion films. After the “Gloomy Sunday” exhibition at MAK in Vienna (2009) he left his position as a fashion photographer to realise his passion and talents in fine art photography. His works have been exhibited in public and private institutions in Italy, Austria, Germany and Holland. Angelo Cricchi lives in Rome.
Angelo Cricchi is Creative Director at FLEWID Magazine, and Head Teacher of the Fashion Dpt. at “Istituto Superiore di Fotografia e Comunicazione Integrata di Roma.”

Natalino Gisonna, Corso 281 Art Gallery, Giacomo Guidi and Contemporary Cluster are glad to present the MUSA photo exhibition.
From the mind of Natalino Gisonna is born a new cultural initiative to introduce you to the modern world of art from the comfort of your hotel; corso 281 art gallery. We are pleased to present musa, a project founded by 'mia le journal' where angelo cricchi explores the connections between the world's of cinema, art and fashion presents Musa, transversal project of Angelo Cricchi which melts cinema, art and fashion, created for “Mia Le Journal”. The project aims to the actualization of the artist’s portrait, in vogue in 900’s painting and photography, through the involvement of various personalities from different creative fields. Musa, focuses on the meeting of nineteen contemporary artists who opened the doors of their studies, granted as location, to as many representatives from the world of entertainment. Gorgeous women relate to the artists through the spaces and with their moving, caught in the images taken by Cricchi, they speak and let the artists’ studies talk, with the artworks that inhabit them.
Each of the women portrayed, uses its own language, deriving from their being actresses, gymnasts or musicians and establishes a perfect dialectic with the visual artist called into question. It’s about harmonic combinations that seem to have been destined to happen, each of the women portrayed looks, in fact, like a “muse” to the artist which relates. Fashion amplifies the meaning of this dialogue, in the clothes worn by such exceptional models, carefully selected from different stylists and created by some of the most famous contemporary designers.