Pindar * said: I know how you are. The poet was right. But one is also what is invented. The photographs of Paolo Titolo legitimize this thought with signs of a corrosive drama and a gla- mour of "papier maché" that move like an elephant to a stone.
The art is here as a vehicle of an expression of useless gender identity to hide and that is older than the code of Hammurabi and the pyramids of Egypt. This is the work of an artist who saw behind the makeup and flashing lights of the dressing rooms, what the Greeks called the human soul.
* Greek poet (518 - 438 BC)