28 December 2010
These images, by photographers of the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information, are some of the only color photographs taken of the effects of the Depression on America’s rural and small town populations. The photographs are the property of the Library of Congress and were included in a 2006 exhibit Bound for Glory: America in Color.
22 December 2010
The Workshop, will depart on Feb. 4 . 2011 from Turin and returning Feb. 10. 2011.
We will take place in Poland, living in Krakow and photographs of concentration and extermination camps of Auschwitz and Birkenau.
We'll first take the train "of the memory" in Turin and through the path of the deportation in Europe: Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, we arrive in Krakow, Poland on the next day.
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12 December 2010
© Fabio Scapaticci
Looking at a beautiful picture we often wonder with which camera was taken, thinking that good equipment is capable of excellent images. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Today, digital technology has changed the concept of photographic tools. Probably the best camera is the one that we always carry with us .
Today we can start talking about the iphone as a tool for taking pictures, with a number of dedicated applications (one of the most used is Hipstamatic) allows photographers to express their creativity.
Recently appear, on a professional level, the first report made with iphone published on New York Times. Photographer Damon Winter went to northern Afghanistan for a reportage and grabbed still photos using Hipstamatic. This is is just the beginning of a new concept of photography such different from the analog era.
06 December 2010
An international collection of disturbing images for their problematic content such as pollution, gender, AIDS, mafia, sadomasochism, war, drugs, transvestites, animal abuse, exploitation of nature and the human being. Documenti e argomenti oscillanti tra vita e morte, tra erotismo e malattie terminali, che hanno sollevato proteste, discussioni e censure, sin dall'inizio del Novecento. Documents and topics ranging from life and death, between eroticism and terminal illnesses, which have sparked protests, complaints and discussions from the beginning of the twentieth century. Un percorso per immagini che trattano dalla diversità sociale alla psicologica, dalla condizione fisica alla sessuale a cui affiancare incontri e convegni non solo sulla fotografia, ma su altre arti. A path to the images that deal with social diversity to the psychological, the physical condition of the sexual encounters and meetings that assist not only about photography, but on the other arts.
Artists: Julio Cesar Aguilar Fuentes, Diane Arbus, Letizia Battaglia, Nina Berman, Elena Dorfman, Donna Ferrato, Nan Goldin, Philip Jones Griffiths, Pieter Hugo, Alfredo Jaar, Yoshiyuki Kohei, Sally Mann, Robert Mapplethorpe, Mary Ellen Mark, Richard Misrach, James Nachtwey , Michael Nichols, Paolo Pellegrin, Gilles Peress, Eugene Richards, Lise Sarfati, Stephanie Sinclair, Brian Weil, Zalmai Artists exhibited: Julio Cesar Aguilar Fuentes, Diane Arbus, Letizia Battaglia, Nina Berman, Elena Dorfman, Donna Ferrato, Nan Goldin, Philip Jones Griffiths, Pieter Hugo, Alfredo Jaar, Kohei Yoshiyuki, Sally Mann, Robert Mapplethorpe, Mary Ellen Mark, Richard Misrach, James Nachtwey, Michael Nichols, Paolo Pellegrin, Gilles Peress, Eugene Richards, Lise Sarfati, Stephanie Sinclair, Brian Weil, Zalmai
disturbing images / disquieting images - 19 October 2010 to 9 January 2011
Triennale di Milano, Milan, Italy
closed on Mondays - Thursdays and Fridays 10:30 to 23:00