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Articolo di Domenico Olivero del 12 Juli 2017 11th RENCONTRES DE BAMAKO - AFRICAN BIENNALE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
  The Pan-African exhibition at the Musée National du Mali represents the heart of the event, around which the Biennale village is organised, where dialogue between artists and professionals is promoted, and which occupies the entire park next to the Musée National. The Rencontres also take place at various locations throughout the city of Bamako, such as the Musée...
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Articolo di Domenico Olivero del 26 Juli 2016 75 unseen premieres and counting

Photo enthusiasts can celebrate: the fifth edition of Unseen Photo Fair will present a great deal of brand new photography, the highlight being the Unseen Premieres. To date, 75 premieres – photographic works that have never been seen before at any gallery, institute or fair – by new and established artists have been confirmed… and the list keeps growing. 
Director of Un...
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Articolo di Lorenzo Ciotti del 12 April 2016 A Day in Paris in Black&White: Glamour, Style, Life
A day in Paris means art, culture, music and beauty. A day in Paris, means being part of a sophisticated and multi-ethnic system, stronger than fear and terror that some person try to instill in the heart of every man. A day in Paris is a walk through the streets of a metropolis in miraculous balance between grace and melancholy. A day in Paris is to experience something new, like art, mu...
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Articolo di Oddblip del 04 März 2016 Performing for the camera
What does it mean to perform for the camera?  Photography has been used to capture performances since its invention – from the stars of the Victorian stage to the art happenings of the 1960s, and today’s trend for selfies. With over 50 seminal photographers on display, the exhibition explores the relationship between photography and performance, engaging with serious...
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Articolo di Oddblip del 08 August 2015 We Want More: Image-making and music in the 21st Century
We Want More at the Photographers' Gallery in London is a candid survey of the journey of music photography in the 21st century.The advent of digital technologies has radically modified the way in which Music Photography is produced, shared and consumed.  The exhibition includes works commissioned commercially as well as personal projects initiated by the p...
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Articolo di Oddblip del 14 Januar 2015 The Daily Duty by Cristina Guggeri
 "The Daily Duty" is the latest creative project by Cristina "Krydy" Guggeri, poliedric Sardinian artist, who - in collaboration with areashoot.net - masterfully used Photoshop to produce an outrageously funny photographic series. Many of the great and mighty of the earth feature in the series, from Queen Elizabeth II to the Pope, Obama, An...
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Articolo di Lorenzo Ciotti del 16 Dezember 2014 Conflict, Time, Photography
A moment, a memory, a face. Ruins, dust, injuries, death. Besides photography, which captures dramatic moments, that put us to the horror that follows after the explosion of a bomb. The War. Conflict, Time, Photography (November 26th 2014 - March 15th 2015), the poignant exhibition staged at the Tate Modern (in association with Museum Folkwang, Essen and Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden) is...
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Articolo di Lorenzo Ciotti del 05 August 2014 Dennis Hopper
"I am an Abstract Expressionist and an Action painter by nature". This could well be a statement of a famous artist, but, even if he has been a great artist, it was an actor pronouncing it: Dennis Hopper, Hollywood star of absolute fame, protagonist of unforgettable films such as Apocalypse Now and Easy Rider. A man of many facets, in addition to being a great actor, he was also a...
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Articolo di Oddblip del 20 Juni 2014 Space and Energy
Nuclear and coal-fired power stations are inaccessible and intimidating places, not only for their looks but also for what they represents in modern society. With his photographic project Space and Energy, Zurich-based photographer Luca Zanier takes us inside hidden technical universes made of enormous spaces, endless walkways, wide sluices, cryptic signs, miles of cables and pipes. ...
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Articolo di Lorenzo Paci del 16 Juni 2014 Jeannette Montgomery Barron
Jeannette Montgomery Barron was born in 1956 in Atlanta Georgia and studied at the International Center of Photography in New York.  She became known for her portraits of the New York art world in the 1980s, which were later published in Jeannette Montgomery Barron (Edition Bischofberger, Zurich, 1989).  Next, a collection of her still life photographs entitled Photographs and Poems, ...
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