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Catalogue Exhibition │Millepiani

Posted on September 17 2020

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Exhibition 4 - 14 December 2020
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CLAUDIA CANTARINI

The Best Moment of the Day │ Photography, 2020

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CLUAIDA CANTARINI

Untitled │ Photography, 2020
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RACHEL BERKOWITZ

Nightmare of the Forgotten Self │Photography, 2020

A constant knocking Awakens the forgotten self. Illusions of internal nightmares Unlocks the keys to the past. Escape with me. As in Paradise Lost, “The mind is its own place. And in itself Can make a Heaven of Hell, A Hell of Heaven.” Monsters of the mind Can rarely be tamed. The body acts as a vessel For organic transformations of buried desires. Rituals of chaotic consumption Glorifies the physical need for affirmation. The shadow of the sea Vibrates against the constant drumming Of the waning moon. This theatrical production of life Shapes the fearful concept of time. Dualities merge Against the rigid grids of Polarities. Releasing trapped emotions. Forgiving oneself. Reflecting on The uncertainty of human morality. Adrenaline, Fear, Hope, Longing, Temptation. But mostly, Vulnerability.
- R. B.

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PELIN GUVEN

Mother and Baby │ Photography, 2018

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LILIYA SHAPRAN
Love Me │ Photography, 2018

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MARCO SIRACUSANO

Confine │ Photography, 2020
Through the photographic medium I analyze the impossibility of inventing reality. Focusing on the relationship between memory - imagination - form, I look for a figurative tale of my definition of reality in my idea of ​​space. I observe but do not document, channeling every stimulus into a creative process crystallized over time, annihilating the very meaning of time. I can say that I can split into two different photographic conditions, those of the impulse related to the imagination, and those of the control related to memory, merging them together in the search for form. In my works I conceal and reveal my presence, altering from time to time the purity of the image in a personal interpretation of the "while", which thus becomes the place of "no time". Passionate about mnemonic processes, the rules that mark the passage of time and the impossibility of defining the meaning of infinity, I connect with a primordial thought in which the "Panta Rhei" anguishes and reassures me at the same time.
- M.C.

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FABIAN HAMMERL
Saki (Konohana) │ Photography, 2019

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FABIAN HAMMERL

Jon (Ohlsdorf) Photography, 2020

 

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ROMAIN COGITORE
Matt at the Lake │ Photography, 2020
Here there was no rules, no guards - but snakes in the water. It was the dawn of time on earth. And Matt favorite place in the summer.
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CHLOE AUST
Evening │ Photography, 2020
When I sleep next to her, I dream of her. Her skin looses me. How many children did we make?
- R. C.

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TEUTA PASHNJARI
Adrift in the Archipelagos │ Photography, 2020
"Adrift in the archipelagos" is an ongoing photo series from Corfu island, Greece. "When summer comes, people go wild. The feeling of freedom, relaxation, present moment mixed with the heatwave and smell of flowers...Greek summer is indeed a state of mind.
- T. P.

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MICHELLE BARDINO VELA
Florecimientos Nocturnos │ Photography, 2020
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MICHELLE BARDINO VELA
En Casa │ Photography, 2020
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ANNEMIEK HOFER
Color │ Photography, 2019
 "Color" was a self portrait taken at my Mothers house. I had noticed the light coming in beautifuly in the bathroom. I remember that period in my life being full of anxiety, I had horrible nightmares almost every single night. I was constantly faced with my shadows. Looking back at this image, I now notice that without the light I would never have been able to face my shadows and understand myself on a much deeper and meaningful way.
- A. H.

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IHOR BONDARENKO
Untitled │ Photography, 2020

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CHERIE BIRKNER
April 2020 │ Photography, 2020
It was April 2020 when we brought the outside world in.
- C. B.

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CHERIE BIRKNER
Home │ Photography, 2019

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EVELYN BENCICOVA
Lucia │ Photography, 2020

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SPENCER HOTCHKISS
Holding On To A Prayer │ Photography, 2019
This was taken of my close friend and his partner. A moment of asleep serenity from their tumultuous and colorful relationship. I stretched the photograph to better paint this weight of love my friend bore, and in the end he lost his partner to glimpses of light caught in his eye that he perceived to be love.
- S. H.

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ROSSELLA SILVESTRI
Le Tue Parole │ Photography, 2020
I always knew that words cut deeper than knives, but felt it on my own skin was different. Words can hurt and sometimes the scar they left is difficult to accept on your own body.
- R. S.

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ROSSELLA SILVESTRI
Solchi │ Photography, 2020
I realized that becoming aware of my body and thoughts is the only way that I could understand all the mechanisms that give life to my torments. This "studies" about my body and the way I visually see it through photography helped me to put those fear in the light.
- R. S.

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BRIXHILDA MYRTAJ
Hidden │ Photography, 2019
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AURORA ROVERE
Mamma │ Photography, 2020
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SIJIA MA
Mosaic Blue │ Photography, 2020
My photo documents my childhood experience of drowning, encompassed by nightmares and fear. From droning to drying, and alternatively dreaming, I regard those self-portraits as harnessing the mosaic blue to my memory, yet with unsearchable nostalgia, shape, and size.
- S. M.

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KAY KWABIA
Headspace │ Photography, 2020
This was a moment with a family member captured during the height of the COVID-19 lockdown in Ghana, West Africa.
- K. K.

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