A special projection to celebrate the love for photography
On the occasion of the 5 years of Camera – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia and the 5 years of the project Prospettive. L’economia delle immagini, curated by Tosetti Value per l’Arte and developed in constant dialogue with CAMERA, the historic Palazzo in Corso Marconi 10 comes to life with a path of images with a strong emotional impact.
The great American spaces and the eternal symbols of consumption of Francesco Jodice, the fragile Station of Noémie Goudal on the thin border between dream and reality, the Iran divided between past and future of Walter Niedermayr’s diptychs, Olivo Barbieri’s China, where the small taverns face the immense skyscrapers of Shanghai and Beijing, the lager-like livestock farms of Mishka Henner caught through the lens of Google Earth, the spectacular rivers of nickel similar to glowing lava and the bleeding quarries of Edward Burtynsky, the fragmented and abstract visions of New Zealand by Cristina de Middel, the unforgettable industrial architecture of Gabriele Basilico on the outskirts of Milan, the “Social Sculptures” between performance, photography, sculpture and painting by Liu Bolin, the hybrid reality of the Balogun Market with its colorful and anthropomorphic totems by Lorenzo Vitturi, light up the long night of Prospettive and a fascinating and chameleonic Zanele Muholi stands out immense on the building manifesting the real and existential condition of an entire nation.
The project Prospettive. L’economia delle immagini aims to map the globalized world, using the photographic medium to intermediate the visions of artists and the economic research of the Family office, allowing us to explore the multiple links between art and economy. aims to map the globalized world, mediating, through the photographic medium, the visions of artists and the economic research of the Family office, allowing us to explore the multiple links between art and economy.