Refocus • Visual archive of the pandemic

Refocus • Visual archive of the pandemic
Refocus • Visual archive of the pandemic

The Directorate General for Contemporary Creativity (DGCC) of the Ministry of Culture, in collaboration with Museum of Contemporary Photography e Milan Triennale, presents the exhibition REFOCUS. Visual archive of the pandemic, curated by Matteo Balduzzi and Matteo Piccioni. The exhibition brings together the works of forty young photographers, identified through a public selection, who have been able to interpret experiences, situations and moods during the months of the Covid-19 pandemic.
On show from 20 October to 21 November 2021 in the spaces of Triennale Milano, 360 images recount a unique period in the history of the country with a great variety of themes and languages, providing a precious visual documentation. Two open calls launched between spring and autumn of 2020, the first to witness the suspension experienced during the months of quarantine and the second to stimulate a reflection on the transformations of Italian society in the period immediately following the lockdown, have identified forty winning photographers: Fulvio Ambrosio, Arianna Arcara, Lorenzo Bacci and Flavio Moriniello, Fabrizio Bellomo, Giacomo Bianco, Alessandro Calabrese, Mara Callegaro, Sofiya Chotyrbok, Daniele Cimaglia and Giuseppe Odore, Tomaso Clavarino, Antonio Colavito, Giulia De Gregori, Matteo de Mayda, Ilaria Di Biagio , Riccardo Dogana, Stefan Giftthaler, Filippo Gobbato, Luigi Greco, Giulia Iacolutti, Guido Lettieri, Claudio Majorana, Stefano Maniero, Luca Marianaccio, Guido Montani, Matteo Montenero, Domenico Nardulli, Claudia Orsetti, Mattia Paladini, Nunzia Pallante, Nicolò Panzeri, Claudia Petraroli, Camilla Piana, Benedetta Ristori, Giorgio Salimeni, Claudia Sinigaglia, Andrea Storni, Jacopo Valentini, C osimo Veneziano, Hugo Weber, Alba Zari.

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