Graveyards, places that have been linked to humanity throughout history, ranging from the first ancient paleolithic burial grounds, until our nowadays “monumental cities”; their architectural and functional evolution is a consequence of the succession of different religions and artistic currents.

Lost is a tale of empty, solitary places, suspended in waiting; it guides us in the “cities of the deads” to show us the real vital dimension of man, taking us face to face with its antitesys. Images become metaphors of life and the places appear immobile, where subtle traces of a continuous mouvement and changing take us in front of a foundamental truth of the human life: loving life is only possible through the knowledge of its very end.