Urban Survivors features photo material by renowned, award-winning NOOR photographers Stanley Greene, Alixandra Fazzina, Francesco Zizola, Jon Lowenstein and Pep Bonet.
On display 60 works on paper, drawings and paintings by Marianna Caprioletti in which the Roman artist reinterprets traditional art forms
For the first time in Italy a selection of works by seven artists from Quebec exploring the formal and narrative dimensions of the moving image
As part of the eighth edition of "Fotoleggendo", the "L'Aquila" exhibition presents photographs that Gianni Berengo Gardin took from 1995 to 2011. The result is an exhibition in which the photographer displays images of places and people portrayed before and after the earthquake.
On display 90 photographs and documents by the renowed photographer from the Marche region (Senigallia, 1925 - 2000), whose photographic art defies definition and whose pictures emphasize the emotional aspect of reality.
Tribute to the city of Rome through the works of two artists from the Marches region: the photographer Giorgio Cutini and the sculptor Giuliano Giuliani.
The exhibition chronicles the collaboration of three "erratic geniuses," who almost unconsciously marked a turning point in the visual communication between 1998 and 2012: Guillermo Mariotto, fashion designer, Antonio Barrella, photographer, and Luca Cosenza, art director.
An exhibition of images from the latest edition of the World Press Photo Award, one of the most important awards available for aspiring photojournalists. The Photo of the Year 2011 is by the Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda.
"Io amo l'Italia!" (I love Italy!) was a phrase that the New York-based photographer liked to say after his first visit to our country in 1956.
Documenting the collective dimension of religiosity and showing through flash, colour and movement the imaginary dialogues between the crowd and religious authorities is the theme of this exhibition by the photographer Andrea Pacanowski.
A selection of more than fifty shots by one of the most talented photographers: Evgen Bavčar. The pictures by the blind Slovenian artist, philosopher and photographer, are evocative visions of space, lights, shapes and smells of childhood, snapshots of tactile and sensory perceptions captured by his daring and poetic inner eye. Evgen Bavčar teaches us how to “see” from another perspective.