Rome’s Fabiano Parisi is a photographic flâneur whose poetic images of abandoned urban locations — haunting landscapes that verge toward the surreal — evoke a mysterious air of anticipation. In 2007, the artist began traveling the globe, snapping photographs in countries such as Italy, Germany, the United Kingdom, Poland, Belgium, and the United States. Parisi was seeking to recapture the grandeur of a fading world and long-ago popular spots now bereft of the humanity that once flocked to them. The results of his peripatetic wanderings in concrete wastelands are on view as part of “The Empire of Light” at Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts (2043 N. Miami Ave., Miami) beginning at 7 p.m. this... More >>>