Mobile Art

Is iPhoneography different from Photography? Which is the aim of Mobile Art? How people can actually partecipate to an exhibition (Today!)? Answers?

Is it possible to be active if you are visiting an exhibition?
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Find the Tricks

Photo Shooting in Maxxi Museum (Rome). Find the Tricks

Open-Closed New Edit

Hi, this is a new edit of Open-Closed, homage to great photographer Letizia Battaglia. Please tell me which is your favourite of two versions

Open – Closed

Here’s a little homage to great italian photographer Letizia Battaglia. On 17nd of April it ends a wonderful exhibition Maxxi Museum dedicated her. In her works you can see contradictions of the society, love and death, the struggle to improve the world. Thank you Letizia. In Open-Closed I tried to mix visitors and works, pain, serenity and acceptance of pain

The World as Prison?

I visited the exhibition Please Come Back (Maxxi Museum, via Guido Reni, Rome 09.02-21.05 2017). You can find infos in internet about the project: a partial exploration of work as the inside of the prison, and of the prison as the outside of work. I wish these two photos will convince you to visit the exhibition

Rome Disappeared

Disappeared Rome -Roma Sparita- is a collection of paintings by Roesler Franz. I think that Rome is actually becoming a black hole. So here’s a shattering of light for today, Birthday of Rome

Hipstamatic: Adler 9009 lens, Arjan BN film, Triple Crown flash

The Past is Now

This photo is a kind of a memory exercise. I shooted People at an Exhibition to reflect about art today. Is there a real link between the artist and the visitor?

 

Exercise: A Glass with a Flute

I am studying to improve my attempt to be a photographer. This is an exercise: A Glass with a Flute. What about it?

I pesci non portano fucili

Fino al 4 giugno al Macro di Testaccio è possibile visitare la mostra antologica di Alfredo Pirri “I pesci non portano fucili”. L’esposizione, curata da Benedetta Carpi de Resmini e Ludovico Pratesi, offre uno spaccato della variegata attività dell’artista. “L’autore immagina una società disarmata e fluida come il mare aperto dentro il quale immergersi e
riemergere dando forma ad avvenimenti multiformi” e si ispira al secondo episodio della trilogia di Valis di Philip K Dick, il visionario scrittore statunitens scomparso nel 1982. Nelle 50 opere esposte possiamo rivivere la ricerca di Pirri attraverso linguaggi molteplici che però non perdono mai il contatto con la percezione del fruitore. Nelle foto Passi, in cui il pavimento di specchi si frantuma al passare dell’artista ma anche del pubblico e La stanza di penna, dove il paesaggio urbano, che sfiora la dimensione metafisica di certa arte novecentesca, è formato da copertine di libri.