Orizzonti Alti - High Horizons
Appointments dedicated to the photography with important guests
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Campitello opens its doors to the Art of photography with "Orizzonti Alti". The series of two appointments presents tow important guests: Marco Zanta e Andrea Botto.
On Saturday, July 18th at 9.00 p.m. in the square Piaz de Ciampedel - Marco Zanta is a teacher and a contemporary photographer whose studies focuse on the urban spaces, on the architecture and on the industrial areas. His pictures have been hosted by several galleries and institutions around the world, such as the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris, the Contemporary Art museum in Shanghai, the Forma foundation in Milano, the CCA in Montreal, the Espace Contretype in Bruxelles, the Triennale in Milan and the Maison de l’Architecture in Marseilles.
On Saturday, August 22nd at 9.00 p.m. in the square Piaz de Ciampedel - Andrea Botto, born in 1973, is a photographer, visual artist and teacher who graduated at the Design European Institute in 1997. He is very observant of the different languages of the contemporary art and he makes use of the photography as a portion of the world aiming at expressing the complexity and at showing its layers. Main point of its work are the time, the common imaginary and the continue transformations of modern times, questioning the unstable balance that manages the landscape through the aesthetic of the destruction". He has won several awards and his works have been hosted by important international museums, such as the Bundeskusthalle in Bonn (2005), the Fotomuseum Winterthur (2005), the Stiftung Kultur in Koln (2006), the MAXXI in Rome (2007-2016), the Fundacion Canal Isabel II in Madrid (2007), the MoCA in Shanghai (2010), the Villa Croce museum and the Benaki Museum in Atene (2015), the Kolkata Centre for Creativity (2019).
In case of bad weather, the events will take place by the parish theatre.
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