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  • Suzanne Cowan

    Angelo Musco is an Italian contemporary artist, best known for photographic surreal landscapes built by thousands of nude bodies, where the natural architecture and visionary landscapes are filled with the haunting mysticism of his own origins. He currently lives and works in N.Y.C.

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  • Desiree van Giezen

    'Human figures' artwork by Angelo Musco. Angelo is a Graphic Design and Fine Art graduate from Italy now based in New York. He makes pieces composed of thousands of human figures.

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  • Wolfgang Weigelt

    Angelo Musco is an Italian artist who is now based in New York. His photography is quite distinctive, it will take you a long unnerving moment to sort out all the human bodies in his photos. What appears to be a school of fish from a distance turns out to be a school of naked, swimming humans up close. His projects are known for being intense, thought-provoking, and almost always including nakedness.

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