Bike Sunbathers, Darsena, Milano, mid May 2016 [Olympus XZ-1]
A series of shots taken with my “new” Samsung EX1 (with impressive Schneider-Kreuznach lens, f 1.8) around Gae Aulenti square in Milan’s new financial district, ex-Varesine. The last three shots were taken at Federico Garibaldi‘s Blue Shores exhibition at UniCredit Pavilion, a new multipurpose center in the area. In my professional experience, EX1 is the best choice for in camera b&w.
First: One of the shots from my Signes/Segni 2015 exhibition in Milano, the one on the poster, was chosen by Università Bicocca di Milano and University of Sarajevo to represent the themes of the 2016 International Summer School,
Rethinking the Culture of Tolerance III – Tolerance and Conflict Prevention and Resolution, from the Neighborhoods to the International Community, 19-25 September, 2016.
HERE IS THE LINK TO THE CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: http://summerschoolbicocca.com/docs/2016/sarajevo_2016_call_for_application.pdf
Second: I’m very proud to announce I have become a member of the f/50 International Photography Collective. In the past months I’ve collaborated with John Meehan, founding member of f/50, on a common project on coffee shops in Milano and Liverpool. Our work will be published next June in Street Photography Magazine.
Larger than Life, Milano, May 4, 2016 [Olympus E-P2]
See Davide Tinelli‘s website!