CAMERA, the new photography exhibitions for 2021

CAMERA - Centro Italiano per la Fotografia has announced its new exhibitions scheduled throughout 2021. Let's find out what they are.

CAMERA - Italian Center for Photography announces new exhibition programming for 2021.

The new year will start with the continuation of the exhibition Paolo Ventura. Carousel, extended until Feb. 14. Also on display will be a series of previously unseen works created by the artist in recent weeks.

From March 4 to June 13, DOUBLE CHAMBER resumes, featuring two simultaneous solo shows dedicated to two great names of the past: one to Horst P. Horst, indisputable genius of fashion photography, and the other to Lisette Model, ironic and irreverent street photographer. The exhibition itinerary will aim to highlight their similarities and differences.

From June 23 to September 19, it will continue with Walter Niedermayr, among the most important contemporary Italian photographers, discovering the last ten years of his work through the most recurring themes of his career: alpine landscapes, architecture and the relationship between open and closed spaces.

Finally, from Sept. 30, 2021 to Jan. 30, 2022, and on the occasion of the first edition of the ATP Finals in Turin, CAMERA will end the year with a solo exhibition dedicated to the great British photographer Martin Parr, a careful interpreter of the present, who over the decades has portrayed society with irony, creating images that have become true contemporary icons. At the center of the exhibition, which will present sport in photography, will be images taken during numerous tennis matches, the focus of a reflection on sport that Parr has been pursuing since the beginning of his career.

In parallel, in the Project Room, projects to enhance the photography of the area will continue as well as the constant work to promote young talent. The new exhibition Roberto Gabetti photographer, focusing on the original photographic gaze of Roberto Gabetti, known for his work in architectural research and design, will be open for viewing 20 years after his death. Afterwards, it will be possible to visit Nicola Lo Calzo ’s exhibition, which will display his work documenting what remains of colonialism, slavery, resistance to it and the processes that led to its abolition.

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Image: Horst P. Horst, Jean Patchett, bathing suit by Brigance, detail (1951) Copyright Horst Estate/Condé Nast. Courtesy Paci Contemporary Gallery

CAMERA, the new photography exhibitions for 2021
CAMERA, the new photography exhibitions for 2021

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