This will begin with interviews with Antonio Faccilongo, Gabriele Galimberti and Lorenzo Tugnoli, winners of the World Press Photo 2021 with three wide-ranging photographic projects, each dedicated to a specific area of the world (Palestine-Israel, United States of America, Lebanon). Another way of conveying our relationship with the other and with the elsewhere, testifying to the talent of Italian creatives, their crucial importance and the profound visual research that they carry out in international contexts and environments.
With ‘Sguardi italiani sul mondo’ (Italian Perspectives on the World), edited by Maria Teresa De Palma, italiana aims to follow the path of promoting contemporary Italian photography that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has been pursuing for some time through the Italian Cultural Institutes and its diplomatic and consular network, through interviews, analysis, information and news.
Group and solo exhibitions, support for young artists, artist residencies, participation in major international photography festivals: Italian images circulate through the world and speak of the world, in a continuous and profound process of visual creation. A feature designed to discuss images and imaginations, to recognize the value of Italian photography and its ability to reshape our relationship with other realities and to examine the present.