It’s called A New Kind Of Beauty and is one of the events Fotoleggendo , the event produced by Photo Workshops in Rome. The author is Philip Toledano , an artist who over the years has worked with magazines such as Vanity Fair and Esquire and newspapers like the New York Times and Le Monde . Specializing in photographs and installations, Toledano accomplished through his work a socio-political situation in which it considers as his shots of incomplete sentences that give way to many questions. “I do not know where I get inspiration – confesses Toledano – And I’m afraid that if I tried to find out, would ruin the magic! I feel like a sponge that absorbs everything around him. After passing a few months or a few years and here comes an idea. ” And at A New Kind Of Beauty the idea in question is to reflect on aging and the passage of time , capturing its goal the new concept of beauty and its wider significance. “I took care of my elderly father for a year – continues Toledano – and every day I had to deal with death and old age. I started thinking about cosmetic surgery , which is the very negation of those ideas.