In his evocative photographs, Frank Dituri presents glimpses of ordinary reality as evidence of things not actually seen. His wide-ranging works range in style from sharp focus to blurry abstraction. The people and landscapes in this selection of Dituri's photographs suggest unfolding, open-ended narratives. Full of mystery, power and fascination, Dituri's engaging images capture moments of epiphany. They are hauntingly beautiful. Dituri currently teaches at the Libera Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy. His work has been exhibited worldwide and is the subject of several books. Art historian David Lewis explores the visionary aspects of Dituri's photographs in an insightful introduction.