I consider e/c natural wine shop a hidden treasure in Milan. Inside a building with an "Emergency" (that is actually an ONG) plaque outside, the first thing one might think is that is a hospital. Once passing the wall, there's a cute internal square, with Basilica di Sant'Eustorgio view. You can sit both inside or outside, which a strongly recommend for spring and summer days. A nice place for just passing by to grab a bottle of wine and drink it at home, having a glass of wine (they have many options) or enjoying a relaxed evening.
Nice atmosfere, cool staff, opened from the first time in the morning til late night... Iter is a good choice for breakfast with coffee and brioche (the way Italians call the croissant), working days lunch (the have a fixed menu) and also for drinks - the menu changes seasonally and has always interesting options. Thanks to its location in a small street between the naviglio grande and pavese, the tourists somehow don't find it.
Alessandro Furchino Capria (Turin, 1982) has developed a refined eye for photography along with solid lighting and composition skills make up for a photography permeated with essential, pure, classically combined, and intimate references that merge into his natural signature style, finding beauty in capturing harmony and balance in proportions.
Light and accurate color balance are the main components in all of his works.
Alessandro’s work has been displayed in globally relevant exhibitions such as
the New York Photo Festival - Photoworld and at La Triennale di Milano and his work has been published on renowned international magazines.
Ruggiero Colonna Romano and Yara De Nicola have been a couple for three years, they live together in Milan with their tiny cocker Maria. Ruggiero works in the environmental field and turn into a DJ in his free time. He is obsessed with photography as a memory record and keeps buying small cameras that he always brings along with him.
Yara is a photographer working for fashion magazines such as Self Service, Elle Collections, Grazia...She is a terrible cook but a passionate eater and is developing an interesting eye in the food area.
Lisa Carletta is a Belgian Photographer and Artist based between London and Milan.
She completed a Master in Fine Art at Royal College of Art in 2017 where she developed digital work and 3D animation.
Recurring themes in her work are often taken from her personal life, in which memories of her own experiences take a central role, revealing common human insecurities and anxieties.
Lisa’s work fabricates a fantasy world where nothing is what it seems.