Curator: Lic. Veronica Cuomo
In addition to making breathtaking images, Armando Adamo’s narrative cities claim human traffic to tell a story compressed in one shot. His pictures remain truthful to reality, free from manipulative artifices. Honest. Loyal to the classic street-photographic tradition represented in the raw American style from photographers like Robert Frank (1924–2019) or Garry Winogrand (1929–1984).
Armando Adamo’s pictures are not self-generated aesthetics—they would not exist for us without the artist’s lens. They are representational isolations of moments, holding their own narrative power, compelled to live forever as a photograph—timeless.