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Vincent Peters:

Timeless Time

From 12 January to 26 February 2023

Royal Palace of Milan

Royal Palace of Milan

piazza Duomo, 12, Milan

Opening soon: at 10:00

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From 12 January to 26 February 2023 Palazzo Reale brings the iconic and timeless shots of photographer Vincent Peters to Milan with the exhibition with free admission entitled "Timeless Time": a path made of shadows, reflections and chiaroscuro, in a succession of faces known made familiar by the use of light.

The exhibition promoted by Comune di Milano-Cultura, produced and organized by Palazzo Reale and Nobile Agency, is curated by Alessia Glaviano, Curator & Head of Global Photovogue.


With a timeless style, the works of Vincent Peters exhibited in the Apartment of the Princes on the noble floor of Palazzo Reale are enhanced by a minimal setting that enhances the powerful black and white images and at the same time marries the beauty of the elegant fifteenth-century rooms that they host it.

Christian Bale, Kim Basinger, Monica Bellucci, Vincent Cassel, Laetitia Casta, Cindy Crawford, Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Matt Dillon, Michael Fassbender, Scarlett Johansson, Milla Jovovich, John Malkovich, Charlize Theron, Emma Watson are just some of the famous people whose portraits are exhibited at the Royal Palace. Shots taken between 2001 and 2021 by Vincent Peters who, using impeccable lighting, elevates his subjects to a position that often transcends their celebrity status.


The one portrayed by Vincent Peters is the world of stars and celebrities, a modern Olympus which, dissolving in an atmosphere of Italian neorealist cinema, approaches the gaze of the public, becoming familiar and recognizable.

His shots are dreamlike stories, made up of overlapping layers that interact with each other and complement each other. His work, in fact, is characterized by stratification and distinction: each element that converges and condenses in each of his single shots forms a layer that never loses its own identity and distinction. And in the meeting of these singular layers, each image of Peters comes to tell a story. Until it becomes a film in a single frame.

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