Francesco Radino is a photographer who has developed, throughout the years, his own poetics, rich of emotional and imaginative fascination. His works seem like a stream of several stories in which human figures, natural elements, urban territories, animals and objects take their place, losing their physical consistence to acquire the transcendent aspect of the memory. His versatility allows him to respond easily to different commissioning, thanks also to his light, simple and ironic style. Since ‘80s he has participated to numerous public projects about territory research, such as “Archivio dello Spazio” photographic campaigns, “Osserva.Te.R”, “European Eyes on Japan”, “Atlante Italiano 2003” for Ministero per I Beni e le Attività Culturali and “Trasformazione” for the Museum of Contemporary Photography of Villa Ghirlanda.
He has also published several books and video about photography.