Sebastião Salgado 25 years after the I Gulf War.
Sebastião Salgado does not need a presentation. In October 2017, the photographer was in Milan to promote his book and the show, Kwait. A desert on fire. A couple of thousand people attended the event.
Sebastião Salgado, Kuwait. A desert on fire. Fondazione Forma per la fotografia Milano
We arrived at the location in front of Forma Gallery around 9:45 AM. At that time the situation was manageable. Cristina set the tripod and I found an available chair. Continue reading
In a time when most of the population displays the greatest self-indulgence to vanity, not to say narcissism – and an extreme awareness when they are in the reach of image recording devices of any kind – to get a realistic representation of their real self, it is of the utmost importance to capture your subjects while they are unaware of it. Continue reading
Gillo Dorfles (1910) at the opening of his show VITRIOL at the Milano Triennale Palace, January 2017
Gillo Dorfles (106 and kicking) surprises the art community (again), by presenting at the Palazzo della Triennale his last exploit. Continue reading
Merry-go-round. Milano, Giardini Biblioteca degli Alberi, December 2016
In support of the people of Berlin. We will not yield to fear. Continue reading
Milano, chiesa di Santa Maria in San Satiro. IX century Sacristy, by Donato Bramante
The objective lack of room, due to the presence at the time of a street passing behind the church site, has been an opportunity for Donato Bramante to create something unique. Continue reading
For the 90th anniversary of Arnaldo Pomodoro, Milano has dedicated an anthological exhibition to the old master – whose sculpture Sphere Within Sphere stands in front of the UN building in Manhattan – that involves 7 major sites, including three squares and four shows. About 30 sculptures, created from 1955 to date, have been collected in the picturesque Sala delle Cariatidi at the Royal Palace of Milano, the main exhibit. Continue reading
After two days of watching a bunch of youngsters tempting their fate, I felt like attempting myself something more risky. With a camera. Continue reading