Martin Della Savia or Ulmo Carcosa is a photographer based in Argentina. His photography is a lost reminder of how to embrace solitude at the periphery of a big city.
He captures a variety o subjects in an ongoing experiment of finding his trademark: nostalgic landscapes, warehouse nudes, daily life portraits and stills. None of them perfect in creation, but created with the eagerness of a hardworking, who-has-a-lot-to-say perfectionist.
Martin’s eclectic analog photographs equally embed the bittersweet taste of long lost afternoons in the park behind the block (or on top of it) as well as a hidden-in-plain-sight collection of personal pleasures: music, nights out, bonfires, skating, reading, sex.
Check more on his Instagram.
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