California, Venice, New York. Beaches, harbors, roads, buildings, people. Landscapes which are geographically distant, but conceptually close to each other, telling the same story. Architectures which, under the emblem of cement, lost their context and found other contexts, as many as the observer can perceive. The city takes possession of nature, and what does it leave behind to man? New generations live in these “non-places”, giving them a sense. The photographer Riccardo Tosetto tells contemporary urbanization from the north-east of Italy to the world.