FUORI – PER LE STRADE DEL FUORI SALONE

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HOEPLI – LA LIBRERIA INTERNAZIONALE, MILANO, APRIL, 8-22, 2016

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FUORI is Matteo Ceschi and Federico Ramponi‘s experimental photo project aiming to tell Fuori Salone activities. The project focuses on the side activities at the beginning and at the end of the Fuori Salone week. Neighborhoods (Ticinese, Tortona, Cinque vie, Brera and Lambrate) are swarming with people working hard to maintain their scheduled deadlines. Inside old walls, behind high windows, a new generation of workers reinvigorates Milan’s working tradition. Without them there would be no show! In this reportage people and different locations – which are now classic meeting points for designers, curious people, travelers and the Milanese movida as well – are seen through Matteo Ceschi’s b&w street shots and Federico Ramponi’s knowledge of the world of design.

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“SIGNES/SEGNI”, NOVEMBER 10-24, 2015

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Signes-Segni, November 10, 2015

SIGNES/SEGNI, November 10-24, 2015

Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca
Building U6 – Floor S
Piazza dell’Ateneo Nuovo 1, Milano.

Opening, 10 November, h 14:00

A photographic reportage around the Place de la République monument in Paris, focused on the numerous tags, drawings, graffiti and visiting people commemorating the January 11, 2015 victims of the Charlie Hebdo satirical weekly magazine and kosher supermarket massacres. The series of 12 raw b&w shots – the fine art print is Gian Paolo Daldello‘s – was taken not only in a photographer’s perspective but with a historical documentation purpose – soon all these signs/evidence will disappear! There is no judgment by the photographer, the will to record prevails. The November 10-24, 2015 exhibition – curated by professor Tatjana Sekulić – is organized in collaboration with the Università degli Studi Milano Bicocca and linked to an interdepartmental series of seminars on the contradictions and conflicts of today’s plural society.

Read Gian Paolo Daldello Italian interview.

“SIGNES/SEGNI” EXHIBITION @ UNIVERSITÀ MILANO BICOCCA

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SIGNES/SEGNI, November 10-24, 2015

Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca
Building U6 – Floor S
Piazza dell’Ateneo Nuovo 1, Milano.

Opening, November 10, h 14:00

A photographic reportage around the Place de la République monument in Paris, focused on the numerous tags, drawings, graffiti and visiting people commemorating the January 11, 2015 victims of the Charlie Hebdo satirical weekly magazine and kosher supermarket massacres. The series of 12 raw b&w shots – the fine art print is Gian Paolo Daldello‘s – was taken not only in a photographer’s perspective but with a historical documentation purpose – soon all these signs/evidence will disappear! There is no judgment by the photographer, the will to record prevails. The November 10-24, 2015 exhibition – curated by professor Tatjana Sekulić – is organized in collaboration with the Università degli Studi Milano Bicocca and linked to an interdepartmental series of seminars on the contradictions and conflicts of today’s plural society.

INFO: seminari.interdipartimentali2015@unimib.it

ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE, SEPTEMBER 13

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“If these be true spies which I wear in my head, here’s a goodly sight”
The Tempest, Act V, Scene 1

One shot [taken with Nikon 1 J2] and William Shakespeare’s Tempest verse from my September 13 one night exhibition at Teatro LabArca (via Marco D’Oggiono 1 Milano, 6 PM). Don’t miss All the World’s a Stage (curated by Loretta Valtz Mannucci and Federico Ramponi).

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For more info contact Teatro LabArca or  AREA 35 Art Factory.

WAITING FOR THE SEPTEMBER 13 EXHIBITION IN MILANO

Six days to promote All the World’s a Stage (curated by Loretta Valtz Mannucci and Federico Ramponi) one night exhibition in LabArca Theatre. Thank a lot to the Hoepli book store staff for the support.

ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE: – 10 DAYS

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If you love straight photography, b&w shots and Shakespeare’s plays don’t miss Matteo Ceschi’s All the World’s a Stage (curated by Loretta Valtz Mannucci and Federico Ramponi), one night exhibition at Teatro LabArca in Milano (September 13, 18 PM) for EXPOinCITTÀ. For more info contact Teatro LabArca or AREA 35 Art Factory.

AREA 35 FAMILY

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BRAVE & STRONG! Visit AREA 35 official website!