Opening: 28.1.2020, 19.00 Exhibition: 29.1. – 22.2.2020 Roberta Segata’s photographic project features the storm known as ‘Vaia’ that struck on 29th October 2018, and its aftermath for the ‘Magnifica Comunità’ of Fiemme and much of the Eastern Alps. That day…
Marilù Eustachio is a unique personality. She comes from Rome. She speaks Roman and thinks Roman, she moves in a Roman circle of friends and ambiance, but, idiosyncratically enough, she feels like a Tyrolean Roman. Not just because she was born in Merano: she spent years of her childhood in the Vinschgau region, her mother came from Malls, and until quite recently she came every year to South Tyrol, to Ums bei Völs.
The Realpolitik project was born in the form of fanzines published by Cesura Publishing, the editorial brace of the internationally renowned collective of photojournalists among which Santese is one of the founders and Valli is a member, with the aim of thinking, in an ironic and grotesque way, about the iconography that the Italian political class of the so-called third Republic attributes to itself and feeds daily through images published on social media.
Opening: 21.9.2019, 11:00 Exhibition: 24.9. – 26.10.2019 “Borders” belongs to the 00A cycle of works, a series of a ten-year long project in which the artist uses photography as a means, purpose, or witness to express themes important to him….
Opening: 14.5.2019, 19:00 Exhibition: 15.5.-15.6.2019 There is no dignity in war, no modesty either. Erik Kessels exposes a particularly shitty aspect of war, one that is usually left out of the history books. Despite the horror and chaos of conflict…
Opening: 27.3.2019, 19:00 Curated by: Sabine Gamper With: Gennaro Postiglione, professor of Achitetecure at Politecnico di Milano and coordinator of “The Atlantic Wall Linear Museum” Guido Pietropoli, architect, collaborator of Carlo Scarpa from 1970 to 1978 and his assistant at IUAV Exhibition: 28.3. – 4.5.2019 Born 1941,…
Jasmine Deporta’s work reflects on her surroundings and relationships and is a personal reflection on longing, fear and most of all identity. Working mainly with analog film, she captures introspective moments within her vision of reality.
“He is the Albrecht Dürer of cities and of modern times: the German photographer Bialobrzeski portrays human habitats just as the elder artist portrayed members of the clergy, rulers or the life of the Madonna – personages from history, captured for posterity. Visual art as an intellectual discipline…
While studying photography in Denmark in 2014, Italian Giulia Mangione had to work on a final project. Most of her classmates went to far away countries. Giulia decided to stay to understand what made Denmark the happiest country in the world.
Julius G. Neubronner, born 1851 in Kronberg im Taunus as the son of a pharmacist, cultivated a curious passion for photography. In 1907 he patented the design of a camera which could be attached to pigeons and would automatically take pictures during their flight in order to track their journey.
“On a tiny star in a galaxy, even tinier creatures continue to carry out their own roles. All under the light of the sun; All maintaining a fragile balance, like walking over thin ice; All while searching for beauty, as if in prayer; All protected, with each of their realms continuing to endlessly overlap with one another.” – Rinko Kawauchi
Talk: 26.5.2018 11 am Exhibition: 28.5. – 16.6.2018 (closed 2.6.2018) A three-year photographic investigation carried out by the collective Synap(see) from 2015 to 2017 along with the curator Steve Bisson. A journey which crosses a significant portion of Italy. Passing…
Lisetta was born in 1924 in Genoa and she has much in common with that city: its level-headedness, for example, as well as a dry humour, a free spirit, and the marginal position that she continues to adopt although long since an illustrious figure on the contemporary scene. For the exhibition at foto-forum Bozen, five themes were selected that happen by chance to pertain to Carmi’s native city; and they happen also to reveal to us that this photographer left little to chance, when observing reality; rather, her work is the outcome of an exacting and conscious intent.
Opening & Talk: 3.3.2018, 11 am Guests: Manuela Sedmach (artist), Nazario Zambaldi (artist and philosopher), Miroslava Hajek (historian and curator), Manuel Canelles (artist and director)
Today, safe and efficient means of abortion exist, yet 47,000 women die due to botched abortions, every year. Laia Abril’s project On Abortion documents and conceptualizes these dangers and damages caused by women’s lack of legal, safe and free access to abortion. As she weaves her net of questions around ethics and morality, Abril also creates a series of meditative visual and textual manifestations of the social triggers, stigmas, and taboos around abortion that have remained invisible until now.
For this third edition, we are dealing with the topic of control and surveillance, as well as with the critical observation of problematic social processes. In so doing, we are taking a critical look at to how great an extent we are monitored by surveillance cameras, via Internet, Google, etc. as we go about our day-to-day lives. Socially engaged photography can also make processes visible that significantly affect our social, economic and ecological actions, exposing injustices, mismanagement and secret machinations.
Photographer Rob Hornstra and journalist Arnold van Bruggen have been collaborating since 2009 to explore and document the turbulent region of Sochi, Russia. Over the course of five years and eleven visits, they practiced a form of “slow journalism” in order to delve deeply into the complexities of the area, and its remarkable transition in preparation to host the 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
What do images communicate without any indication of the source, location, or the motivation behind what has been captured in them? Viktoria Binschtok achieves just such a situation, confronting us with a wild mix of decontextualized components that construct a reality all its own immanent to the image and leaving the rest to our cognitive abilities.
PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR by Linn Schröder, Photographs by Tina Bauer, Judith Horn, Diana Juneck, Ania Kaszot, Alexander Klang, Irina Kholodna, Gunnar Krüger, Carola Lampe, Patricia Morosan, Melina Papageorgiou, Linn Schröder, Jessica Wolfelsperger, Martina Zaninelli
foto-forum ves inviëia ala mostra itineranta “N dé d’isté” de Martino Lombezzi. Le proiet trata dla tragedia dl 2 de agost 1980 a Bologna, le plü gran atentat dla storia taliana do la vera, tres i retrac y les stories de n per de persones che ȇ te staziun ai 2 de agost 1980. La pröma tapa dla mostra é a Balsan: foyer dl palaz provinzial 2 te plaza Silvio Magnago 10.