published on 27.10.2013
the figures taken against the light given back black figures.
but the full light, the "mixed-light", came back imperious with an amount of informations, with all the poetry, sharp and precise, typical of the black and white photographs.
paolo aizza personality don't matches with the verb (imperious) that you find in his surname.
wise and clear, he draws photo-landscape that scan the borders of imaginary.
his photographs appears winding and tumultuous, smoothed and standoffish: falling stars but only blunted, avoiding to hurt anybody.
denis curti, manager of milan bureau, contrasto agency's photographers, italy