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  • Massimiliano Gatti's new photo exhibition "The Day Memory Dissolved"
    Art & Culture
    Joelle Grosso(October 19, 2016)
    Italian photographer Massimilano Gatti opened up his new exhibition entitled "The Day Memory Dissolved" on Tuesday night at the Italian Academy on the Upper West Side.
  • With upbringings rooted in traditional values, the photographers of postwar Italy considered the landscape to be integral part of their lives and photographic practice. For these photographers, the Italian landscape served as a symbol for life, religion, and their reverence for their homeland. Ranging from the representational to the abstract, their depictions of their surroundings share an inclination towards experimentation with composition, contrast, and repetition.
  • Art & Culture
    I. I.(July 10, 2015)
    Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is proud to present “Cuba, Then & Now,” a group show featuring the work of Italian photographer Ernesto Bazan and social documentary photographer Magdalena Solé.
  • A fascinating photographic exhibit on view at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò until June 19th. Ralph Toporoff speaks to the audience on the opening night and shares his amazing life changing experience. “The Leap of the Leopard: 1963-2013” is in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Luchino Visconti's masterpiece film Il Gattopardo. On view for this special occasion are his photographs on the set of the film fifty years ago. Also on display are two original film posters, made available by Posteritati.
  • The first solo exhibition of Italian fashion photographer Dawidh Orlando, on view at Three Square Studio Gallery until the end of June, ranges from cheeky tableau to documentary photography, without excluding all the beautiful people and celebrities out there.
  • "To show, to demonstrate, to document" in order to tell a story. Using pictures instead of narrative. Above and beyond the stereotype that civilized countries provide. "People portrayed in my pictures are smiling, playing, praying, working, protesting ...". said Stefania in our interview at her home in Brooklyn. She's been in Bolivia, Senegal, Egypt, Afghanistan ... in places and among peoples, in one way or another, extreme. Zamparelli, along with 1800 other artists living in Brooklyn, will take part in "Open Studio," an event designed to promote art. On the 8th and 9th of September the artists will open the doors of their studios to the public. An on-line voting system will decide which of the 1800 artists will exhibit their work at the Brooklyn Museum. Vote for Stefania.If you want you can
  • The photography show held at the SOHO Gallery in Tribeca explores all aspects of the human condition through the eyes of over thirty photographers (more then half are Italian) including children, students, amateurs and National Geographic professionals.

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