In questo periodo al Museo di Roma in Trastevere ci sono tre belle mostre. In particolare colpisce quella dedicata ad Ara Güler, grande maestro della fotografia, no a caso nominato uno dei sette fotografi migliori al mondo dal British Journal of Photography Yearbook e insignito, tra l’altro, del prestigioso titolo di “Master of Leica”. Ho voluto fare un mio piccolo omaggio a questo grandissimo fotografo, sperando che tanta gente possa visitare la mostra
In this period at the Museum of Rome in Trastevere there are three beautiful exhibitions. Particularly striking is the one dedicated to Ara Güler, great master of photography, not surprisingly named one of the seven best photographers in the world by the British Journal of Photography Yearbook and awarded, among other things, with the prestigious title of “Master of Leica”. I wanted to pay my little tribute to this great photographer, hoping that many people will visit the exhibition
This is the Hipstamatic vesion of Becoming (2015) by Morteza Ahmadvand. Parasol Unit foundation for contemporary art @Biennale Arte 2019 in Venice. The exhibition (the title is The Spark Is You) lasts until November 23rd in Palazzo Pisani or Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello
I visited Parasol Unit Pavillion @Biennale Arte 2019 in Venice. The foundation for contemporary art exhibition (the title is The Spark Is You) lasts until November 23rd in Palazzo Pisani or Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello. This photo shows part of Becoming (2015) by Morteza Ahmadvand. As Usual, visitors and artworks
Until November 17th you can visit the exhibition dedicated to Helen Frankenthaler with paintings from the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation and Venetian Heritage collection. Another event not to be missed at Palazzo Grimani, Venice. And, as usual, I play with visitors and artworks….
Meyecelium is an exhibition of the new works by Sandro Kopp. At Palazzo Grimani – Venice – until October 10th. Each painting is a portrait of one of the eyes of a friend or relative of the artist, made during the last two and a half years of their life, surrounded by precious metals – gold, silver, platinum – which further ennobles the paintings and establishes a relationship with traditions related to the creation of images from ancient Egypt, to Byzantine icons, to the golden mosaics of Torcello and San Marco. Our eyes are mainly information receivers, but also powerful communicators of our personality and emotion. These organs that allow light and sensations to penetrate our bodies are also the main emitters of our presence and the mediators of our connections with other people. The paintings were made in many different places around the world: in Kopp’s studio, as in hotels and cafes, in parks and gardens. The different settings can be captured by observing the reflection in the irises, which often include a tiny self-portrait of the painter’s silhouette and the surrounding environment. The title of the exhibition alludes to the network of organically cultivated relationships and friendships that surround each individual. Kopp is half German and half New Zealand based in the Scottish Highlands