Magrelli’s Meerrors Project depicts mirrors’ reflections when we are not there to gaze at them. The project explores the categorization of self-portraits and still life while simultaneously combining the two. What does it mean to be gazing at the reflection now, when, presumably this is what we don’t get to see when looking into a mirror? Magrelli’s photography is quite philosophical in the questions it raises and its exploration of mediums and significance.
Leonardo Magrelli is a photographer born in Rome in 1989. He received his bachelor’s degree in Design from La Sapienza University in Rome in 2012. Magrelli has designed several books published by Punctum and has also collaborated with the organization of the Fotografia, Rome’s International Photography Festival. His work has been published in It’s Nice That, Die Angst, and Il Reportage and has been featured in galleries such as Sans Gallery in Oslo and Roman Susan Gallery in Chicago.
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