His show depicts all types of commerce taking place in Phoenix, the United States, Mexico and around the world.
Here is his photograph called “Night and the City.” Take a moment, and figure out where this image was shot. We’ll tell you at the end of this post.
Says Valente, “With the absence of a famous landmark or a bridge, this photo can represent any hub of business or commerce.”
Stop by the Reynolds Center in the Cronkite Building during business hours to see Valente’s show. Or, visit his website here.
(Figure it out? It’s New York City. Valente framed the photo so that it excluded the bridges over the East River, the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building.)