Milano – From 11 to 13 June 2021 is held in Milan at The Black Box (via Savona 118) the third edition ofInternational Photo Project, show presenting the works of 30 Japanese, Cuban and Italian artists and which is characterized by the use of the most modern technologies in the field of video projection.
Milano – The vision of the photographs is made on large screens that reproduce projected images in very high definition. The setting up of the location, created to make the most of the potential of the technologies used, offers the public one immersive experience able to involve the visitor in a complete way. For each nation, a video projection is made on a large screen where the 5 most representative photographs of each project are projected at a 6-second interval, for a total of 50 photographs in a loop lasting approximately 5 minutes.
Milano – The curator of the Cuban part of the exhibition is Alain Cabrera, member of the Consejo Nacional de las Artes Plasticas. He is a photography critic and has curated numerous exhibitions and biennials in Cuba. His selection includes artists: Claudia Corrales, Joyme Cuan, Natasha Forcade, Jordan Issel, Ailen Maleta, Sadiel Mederos, Yuri Obregòn Batard, Yanet Oviedo, Juan Carlos Rodriguez , Kmy Ros.
The Japanese section is entrusted to Toshiyuki Shinohara, founder of the Tokyo Photography Culture Center within which he followed numerous emerging photographers supporting them in the development of their respective projects. Its selection includes artists: Michiko Chiyoda, Yachiyo Enomoto, Erico, Takuya Kobayashi, Kino Koike, Ichiro Kojima, Asae Kuroki, Noah Suzuki, Hideki Takemoto, Yurika Toyama.
Curating the Italian part is the same creator of the exhibition, the photographer Mino Of Life. He has carried out research projects on numerous metropolises in the world, is the author of photographic books and alongside his personal artistic research a path of curatorial experimentation through the Photo Project Pro project. His selection includes the following artists: Riccardo Bandiera, Raffaele Canepa, Angela Di Finizio, Alessandro Gallo, Gaia Magoni, Franco Martelli Rossi, Michele Molinari, Alessia Santambrogio, Ivan Terranova, Carlo Traini.
The exhibition is open to the public in 10.00-18.00 hours in compliance with the anti Covid-19 regulations in force. During the opening hours, interventions by guests and artists are also scheduled. Further information on email.
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