The phenomenon of color perception has been studied intensely by science and art, including attribution of transcendental, almost metaphysical meanings to its infinite tones. Across the centuries, first painting and then photography have explored the potential of reflected light to describe sensations and moods.

Paolo Gotti picks up this legacy in the photographs included in the exhibition Colors, where color is the true protagonist. His work pays tribute to the art of the past, stretching a thin but meaningful thread between photography and painting.