A great photographer has left us. Best known for his portraits of Vasco Rossi and other celebrities, Efrem Raimondi has never followed traditional rules and, precisely for this reason, has left a deep mark, an unconventional vision of photography.
Staged photography, a genre that has revolutionized the language of photography since the 1980s, is at the heart of the exhibition now open again to the public in Reggio Emilia. Over one hundred works that, through staging, parallel realities, inventions inspired by cinema, show that pivotal moment that opened the doors of art to photography.
The great director of photography has left us at the age of 97. We remember him by retracing his career, studded with awards, masterpieces and collaborations with the most celebrated Italian and international film directors.
“We must be grateful to Paul Fusco for his determination to put us in front of what was done to cause suffering to all victims of injustice and wars, universally and across borders”. In memory of the great American photographer, who died in July 2020, and his work: a powerful, tragic, authentic document.
A broad retrospective dedicated to a pioneer of the photographic process, the exhibition in Modena compares Talbot’s work with that of other photographers, artists and scientists, tracing the experiences that led to the birth of a new form of representation of reality: photography, “the art of fixing a shadow”.
We had promised to visit the Gibellini Project in person, so we went to the company’s production site in Polinago, near Modena: we found an artisan workshop where, thanks to the most advanced technology, precision folding cameras are born, completely customizable.
“Behind the mask, beyond the virus”. An outdoor exhibition, in the streets of Parma, dedicated to those who fought the epidemic every day. A project between reportage, serial communication and artistic installation. A visual message that, in addition to offering hope, intends to make us feel part of the same battle
“Domestica”, the new book by Silvia Camporesi published by Postcart, is an intimate diary, a story in images, a family album born in the weeks of the lockdown. A publication curated in the smallest details, until it became an “artist book”: imaginative, surreal and exciting.
An archive of images, signs that tell of a unique and unrepeatable therapeutic experience. “Portraits of a Therapy” would represent a new portrait of psychotherapy, freeing it from meanings linked to fear or shame, and bringing it closer to people.
The Fondazione Sozzani in MIlan hosts a retrospective dedicated to the Chinese photographer, who tragically passed away in 2017. Considered as a challenge to a repressive regime, his images are “a hymn to the body, to sexuality, to vulnerability”.
Through photographic tangibility, Marucci offered the substance of a vanishing memory; the disappearance of the world of Italian circus: stories of nomadism, magic and backstage, unexpected visions and moods that are mutable and eternal to what happens on the stage, under the spotlight of the circus.
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