24.01.2014 - 02.04.2014
Rome's Trastevere neighborhood hosts The Italian Landscape Seen Through 134 Photos (January 24 - April 20). On view in the Museo di Roma in Trastevere are photos taken of Bell'Italia between 1950 and 2010; curation by Walter Liva has rendered the exhibition exceptional in its capacity to travel the panoramas of the Peninsuala temporally and creatively.
Snapshots evidence the varying schools of thought of the photographers, whether they adhere to pictorialism, the aesthetic and spirit of Croce, the La Gondola vision, Neorealism, or the landscape photography of the Touring Club Italiano.
Italian photogs showing us Italy through their perspective include Gianni Berengo Gardin, Ugo Mulas, Olivo Barbieri, Oliviero Toscani, Gabriele Basilico, Franco Fontana, Guido Guidi, Luigi Ghirri, Ferdinando Scianna, and Carla Cerati. Together, their work creates a montage of the same landscapes seen in lapse.
Then, the last section of the exposition gives space to fragmented images of Italian scenes by MassimoVitali, Maurizio Montagna, Massimo Siragusa and Maurizio Galimberti.
After their time in Rome, the photos will travel to Zagreb, Croatia, and Ljubljana, Slovenia in occasion of the upcoming Italian Presidency of the European Union.
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Full Price: €7.50
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Where: Museo di Roma in Trastevere
Address: Piazza Sant'Egidio 1/b