Chris Caporaso's lens guides us through the details and vibe of the Australian Slam

“I love Australia for what it is, and I love its people. It’s like the home of tennis” – Roger Federer. The Australian Open has its own peculiarities, its own soul. A DNA that echoes typical Aussie characteristics, revealing itself in every tennis glimpse, architectural vision, and face in the stands. The Australian blue is swift but calm, exotic but traditional. It has the flavor of an entire country and its cultural capital, Melbourne, the city that originated and evolved the most progressive artistic currents of its continent. So distant, yet so close. Chris Caporaso’s gallery showcases the beauty of this event, of the Oceanian tennis epicenter, by drawing us into its intimacy, into its atypical, fascinating visual language.