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'Eyes on Tomorrow' on display in Munich
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‘Eyes on Tomorrow’ on display in Munich

Categories: Culture and creativity -Visual Arts
The world tour of the exhibition project dedicated to the talents of Young Italian Photography continues.
© Claudia Petraroli
© Claudia Petraroli

The Italian Cultural Institute of Munich presents a new leg of the travelling exhibition edited by Ilaria Campioli and Daniele De Luigi “Eyes on Tomorrow. Young Italian Photography in the World”, which can be visited in the Bavarian metropolis from 19 May to 7 July.

The visual explorations of the artist photographers Silvia Bigi, Alice Caracciolo and Claudia Petraroli lead us beyond appearances.

Secrets are not always hidden truths to be brought to light through inquiries and research. Often there are secrets that are under our eyes and that remain so only out of distraction and indifference. There are fake secrets, the result of logic aimed at the appropriation of our personality, and others that are within us and so authentic that they are unknown even to ourselves.

Silvia Bigi (Ravenna, 1985). Through the use of different languages – photography, installation, sculpture, sound, video, drawing – her work explores the relationship between individual and collective memories. Her works, now part of public and private collections, have been awarded and selected for national and international exhibitions in museums, foundations and art galleries.

Alice Caracciolo (Pisa, 1986) graduated in Art History at the University of Pisa and obtained a master’s degree in Photography and Visual Design at Naba in Milan. In 2020 she attended the programme in Visual Arts and Contemporary Culture at P.I.A. in Lecce. In 2020 she founded and directed linea, a space dedicated to contemporary art and photography school, in Lecce, Puglia.

 Claudia Petraroli (Teramo, 1987) graduated in Art History and later at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. Her research focuses on the imagery linked to mass consumption, often placed in relation to the sphere of the sacred with particular interest in the production processes of subjectivity.

As part of the inauguration, a talk will take place between the artists Silvia Bigi and Claudia Petraroli, with the moderation of Tatjana Schäfer, assistant curator at Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, specializing in the field of art since 1945.

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