SINCE THE EARLY 1200s, the Castello di Giorgio has towered atop a rocky promontory overlooking Lerici, Italy. It, he sought to immerse viewers in the yacht-production process. ¶ Massimo Perotti, CEO of Sanlorenzo, reportedly conceived the idea to show unseen perspectives on Italian yacht construction. ¶ “In this exhibit, Sanlorenzo wishes to tell the story of the intrinsic beauty of its products, which, even before being completed, have a hidden charm of their own,” he stated in a press release. “His decisive black-and-white photography that recalls the great American school of Ansel Adams and Edward Weston masterfully portrays the brand.”

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