1 / 17       From the series Into The Cold. © Ksenia Diodorova.
2 / 17       From the series Ōtsuchi Future Memories. © Alejandro Chaskielberg.
3 / 17       From the series Japan. © James Whitlow Delano.
4 / 17       From the series La Ville Noire, the Dark Heart of Europe. © Giovanni Troilo.
5 / 17       From the series Maybe. © Phillip Toledano.
6 / 17       From the series Dreaming Leone. © Alvaro-Deprit and Michela Palermo.
7 / 17       From the series Pastoral. © Alexander Gronsky.
8 / 17       From the series The Mari - The Last Pagans Of Europe. © Tatiana Plotnikova.
9 / 17       From the series Pipeline. © Elena Perlino.
10 / 17       © Mario Giacomelli.
11 / 17       From the series Ich bin Waldwiertel. © Carla Kogelman.
12 / 17       From the series Confrontier. © Kai Wiedenhoefer.
13 / 17       From the series Weather Man. © Eugenia Arbugaeva.
14 / 17       From the series Blue Sky Days. © Tomas van Houtryve.
15 / 17       From the series The Waiting Game. © Txema Salvans.
16 / 17       From the series Project Detour. © Exposed.
17 / 17       From the series 6th Continent. © Mattia Insolera.

Cortona On The Move – photography in travel

Photographers and enthusiasts should block off July 16th in their diaries, the official opening date for Cortona On The Move – photography in travel. The Festival, which is organised by Associazione Culturale ONTHEMOVE, will be directed for the fourth year by Arianna Rinaldo who will guide visitors through the festival’s itinerary of stories, journeys, innovation and experimentation. Some of this year’s highlights include Maybe by Phillip Toledano, Japan by James Whitlow Delano, La Ville Noire by Giovanni Troilo and a special retrospective of Mario Giacomelli's photography. The festival also hosts a Focus on Russia, curated by Andrei Polikanov.
From July to September this year, as in past editions, the streets and vicoli of Cortona will be the backdrop for Cortona On The Move – a crossroad where new talents and amateurs can meet some of the world’s most acclaimed professional photographers. The first weekend (July 16th - 19th) will be devoted to inaugurations, presentations, workshops and portfolio readings by top national and international photo editors. Exhibitions will be located in the marvellous town centre of Cortona and in the Fortezza Medicea del Girifalco, a magnificent 16th century fortress perched on the hilltop behind Cortona.
FPmag will be present at the event as media partner, and will offer you daily news about this young but promising Festival. For more information, follow the hashtag COTM2015.

Cortona On The Move 2015 - photography in travel
various venues - Cortona (Italy)
16 July – 27 September 2015

opening times: various, depending on the exhibition venue
admission fee: for all exhibitions, until September, 27th 2015: full price ticket 15,00 €; reduced price ticket 12,00 €; FIAF reduced price ticket 10,00 € | for individual exhibition: various, depending on the exhibition venue
info: info@cortonaonthemove.com
www.cortonaonthemove.com

published on 2015-07-15 in NEWS / EVENTS

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