ITALIAN GEOGRAPHIC 2011. I'm please to let you know that I have been choosen together with 25 other photographers to exhibit in this important photography exhibition.
For over 120 years, National Geographic tells us "the world and all around" using some of the best photographers in the world.
For 13 years, National Geographic Italy undertook extensive research work to find photographers and stories up to this mark. Even with limited resources often, in recent years the Italian magazine has produced hundreds of services related mainly to Italy, relying on the capabilities of some of the most serious and reliable professional photographers on the domestic market. Sometimes, the risks were taken, assigning work to perfect strangers who, in many cases, have demonstrated their clear vision "the cutting edge" that characterizes the photographer for National Geographic. In other cases, we have used proven professionals with great experience.
This exhibition brings together images of 26 of these photographers. All photographs were taken from services performed for National Geographic Italy. This unpublished exposure designed and built for the 2° Italian Festival offers shots of some of the most representative Italian photographers who publish in National Geographic, selected by Marco Pinna. The criterion by which photos were chosen is based more on the artistic quality of the image, composition and emotional impact, than on its journalistic value. The intent is to give life to a collection of images that makes the most of the qualities and characteristics of individual photographers, because this show is dedicated to them, and is a tribute to their art.
Angelo Antolino, Marco Ansaloni, Franco Banfi, Maurizio Biancarelli, Monika Bulaj, Marco Bulgarelli, Giancarlo Ceraudo, Claudio Cricca, Stefano Dal Pozzolo, Massimo Di Nonno, Nanni Fontana, Andrea Frazzetta, Alessandro Gandolfi, Fabrizio Giraldi, Emiliano Mancuso, Marisa Montibeller, Alberto Novelli, Diego Orlando, Paolo Petrignani, Alexey Pivovarov, Antonio Politano, Sandro Santioli, Francesco Schiavone, Georg Tappeiner, Stefano Torrione, Stefano Unterthiner.
12 November – 4 December 2011
Palazzo Marliani Cicogna – P.zza Vittorio Emanule II – Busto Arsizio (Va)
Opening hours: from Tuesday to Saturday: 15-19 / Sunday 10-12 / 16-19 –Monday closed – Entry Free