Gualberto Alvino is an italian philologist, literary critic and writer. Naked Truths had the opportunity to ask him 5 questions. Enjoy the reading!
Interview with Alfonso Lentini, an Italian writer and artist, about his vision of the body and his latest book “Luminosa signora, lettera veneziana di amore ed eresia” (Bright Lady, venetian letter of love and heresy) (Pagliani, 2011).
Hello to all. My name is Francesca Romoli and I’m a model-alt-concept, painter Italian actress. From a young age I found a lot of satisfaction and attraction to the various […]
“The phantom image I had created (with a “little” help of the daily feed of commercial media and my very own mother who is obsessed with staying young and beautiful forever) and had carried with me throughout my childhood and adolescence years slowly began to lose its weight and control it used to have over my life.” (Photos by Thomas Sayers Ellis)
Charo Galura is an Italian model and singer. In this interview she talks about the body, advertising and photography: “So if we have to look on a human body on a picture, a movie or what else, our considerations must be read on an anthropological perspective – implied that I’m talking about a “body anchored to a language”. And for the body is communication, I may say that it is a means of freedom to express the self or to express a specific concept.”
Erika Ponce’s thoughts on ethics, women and the naked body: ” […] A woman and her naked body it’s just as natural as a flower needing water. You can’t deny its existence. It lies beneath a hidden idea, beauty, shapes, forms, structure, detailed in many humanly and feminine ways. Every woman has the right to expose what she wants. It’s not bad to walk around exposing womanly legs or arms […]”
Lotje talks about her body: “But how does my body could reflect myself? It is a reflection of my work out, doing sports, smoking, my eating habits, my age and my parent’s genetics. Is that me?”