Maurizio Galimberti. Italian Landscape
From 16 February 2013 to 12 May 2013
Until May 12, the fascinating works - Maurizio Galimberti Polaroid will be exhibited in the splendid rooms of Palazzo Franchetti, Venezia, the headquarters of the Institute of Sciences, Literature and Arts in Veneto.
The title of this unique photo exhibition in Venice at the Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti Italian Landscapes - is meant to highlight the privileged subject of the extraordinary Maurizio Galimberti gallery: Italian landscapes created through extensive research following experiments, emotions and creations.
The Institute of Sciences, Literature and Arts at the Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti, Venice will present the extraordinary work of Maurizio Galimberti photographer, one of the most interesting Italian photographers. His works for the first time are brought together in a natural way to provide a comprehensive overview of his long search which began almost twenty years ago.
An extraordinary photo exhibition in Venice that offers more than 150 shots of Maurizio Galimbertis techniques, an eclectic artist and investigator, who was able to give a new face to the Italian landscape photography. Places from north to south, chosen by Maurizio Galimberti for their meaning and enchantment: the Veneto Institute at Palazzo Franchetti in Venice includes major cities, such as Milan, Rome, Florence, juxtaposed with the countryside strictly as Polaroid photographs.
Among unpublished compositions and daring experiments, the Maurizio Galimberti Polaroid exhibition gives life to endless possibilities: a new way of seeing our country, between places, scenes, landscapes and architecture. In the works exhibited at the Palazzo Franchetti Istituto Veneto, Maurizio Galimberti Paesaggio Italia leaves no room for clichs, demonstrating that Maurizio Galimberti has reached an artistic consciousness that allows him to be guided entirely by his emotions using methods and techniques of expression that have made him world famous.
Exhibited at Palazzo Franchetti Venice Italy- Institute of Sciences, Literature and Arts:Maurizio Galimberti - Polaroid individual: whatever the subject being photographed a direct look on the soul of the artist and his sensitivity will be provided.Maurizio Galimbertis Portrait Mosaics: single polaroid shots aligned to compose a unique work that manages to recreate the original subject, caught by Maurizio Galimberti in a series of shots broken down, in a new and original.Maurizio Galimberti - Ready-made: taking inspiration from many different objects - advertising, maps, postcards, etc. - Maurizio Galimberti focused his Polaroid on small portions of the object, or specific details which he then edited and assembled.Maurizio Galimberti Manipulation: experiments and transformations in different intensity levels, which are common to all the work of Maurizio Galimberti.
At the Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti in Venice, an out of the ordinary photographic exhibition, a portrait of an 'abstract' Italy in Polaroid and in some ways autobiographical, including mosaics, individual pictures and ready-made testifying to the great passion of Maurizio Galimberti for his country. Unique shots of a world in transformation and renewal depicted over twenty years.
After exploring the Venice exhibitions 2013 of Maurizio Galimberti, treat yourself to a few days in one of the magical hotels of Venice and take the chance to immerse yourself in the world of photography by also visiting the splendid exhibition of Gianni Berengo Gardin at Giudecca.
Period: From 16 February 2013 to 12 May 2013
Event location: Institute of Sciences, Literature and Arts - Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti - San Marco 2842, Venice
Contacts: For more information about Maurizio Galimberti in Venezia - Italian Landscapes: http://www.istitutoveneto.it/flex/cm/pages/ServeBLOB.php/L/IT/IDPagina/758
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