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Michele Pellegrino Show all photos
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Michele Pellegrino:

Photographs 1967-2023

From 14 February to 14 April 2024

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CAMERA - Italian Center for Photography

CAMERA - Italian Center for Photography

Via delle Rosine, 18, Turin

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The Michele Pellegrino exhibition. Photographs 1967-2023 – organized by CAMERA and Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Cuneo with the curatorship of Barbara Bergaglio and a text by Mario Calabresi – consists of over 50 images by the photographer Michele Pellegrino (Chiusa Pesio, CN, 1924), a concise anthology of his entire creative journey, between mountains, rituals, faces and moments of the rural world, which narrate Pellegrino's passion for his land and for photography. Together with these, a digital selection is proposed, the result of the cataloging and digitization carried out by CAMERA on the photographer's archive, acquired by the CRC Foundation as part of the Donare project. The exhibition is completed by a reading of four landscape photos included in the Botanical Artistic Atlas of the flora and landscape of Northern Italy, a research conducted at the University of Udine by doctoral student Alessia Venditti with the supervision of professors Alessandro Del Puppo and Valentino Casolo, financed by the Intesa Sanpaolo Onlus Foundation.

The exhibition will be at CAMERA from 14 February to 14 April 2024.

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