All’interno della Trincea di Grigno, in Trentino, gli scatti fotografici e i testi elaborati dai ragazzi della scuola nell’ambito di un percorso didattico sul patrimonio storico, culturale e paesaggistico del paese.
by Alessandro Vicario
The Cultural Heritage of Food: People, Communities at the Table, Landscapes and Agricultural and Artisan Knowledge.
An exhibition dedicated to the theme of diversity/inclusion seen through four research projects undertaken by the Cesura collective of independent photographers.
An exhibition dedicated to the peasant culture, its forms, legends and profound contemporary crisis.
by Maïmouna Guerresi
A major exhibition dedicated to the city of Milan, featuring important photographs from the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Photography.
The exhibit presents a special selection of photographs by important Italian authors, taken from the late twenties to the end of the twentieth century and depicting the richness and variety of the Milanese urban landscape and of the vast and productive territory that surrounds the city, significantly marked by the many canals that flow through it.
Today photography is an art in transformation. The idea of the museum has been in rapid flux recently: the development of techonology ad the death of traditional arts, the continuous increase of a diversified public have suggested to many that we abandon the idea of the museum as a repository of traditional cultural models, and think of it as an open place of cultural experience to share with the public.
Vetrinetta is a public art project ideated by Paolo Riolzi. The project is based on a specific item of furniture – the vetrinetta or étagère – which collects, holds and displays in homes cherished personal or familial objects belonging to the household, thereby tracing a fascinating biography of memories and desires.