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1 / 13       Gabriele Basilico, from the series Dancing in Emilia, 1978. © Gabriele Basilico.
From the exhibition Disco Emilia (Spazio Gerra, piazza XXV Aprile, 2 - Reggio Emilia, Italy).

2 / 13       Michal Najjar, Liquid gravity, 2013. Courtesy Studio la Città and the artist. © Michael Najjar.
From the group exhibition Dalla via Emilia al Mondo (Palazzo da Mosto, via Mari, 7 - Reggio Emilia, Italy).

3 / 13       Alex Majoli, Arrival to Kakuma, Kakuma, Kenya, 2002. © Alex Majoli / Magnum Photos.
From the Magnum Photos's group exhibition Exile (Chiostri di San Pietro, via Emilia San Pietro, 44/c - Reggio Emilia, Italy).

4 / 13       Alain Bublex, Paysage 214 (via emilia – Aerofiat), 2016. Épeuve aux encres pigmentaires sur papier. Courtoisie de l'artiste et de la Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris.
From the group exhibition 2016. Nuove esplorazioni (Chiostri di San Pietro, via Emilia San Pietro, 44/c - Reggio Emilia, Italy).

5 / 13       Walker Evans, Missisipi, 1936. © Walker Evans Archive, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
From the exhibition Walker Evans. Italia (Palazzo Magnani, corso Garibaldi, 31 - Reggio Emilia, Italy).

6 / 13       Claude Nori, Biker, 1985. © Claude Nori. Courtesy Biblioteca Panizzi.
From the group exhibition 1986. Explorations along the Via Emilia (Chiostri di San Pietro, via Emilia San Pietro, 44/c - Reggio Emilia, Italy).

7 / 13       Luigi Ghirri, Sassuolo, 1985. © Eredi Luigi Ghirri. Courtesy Biblioteca Panizzi.
From the group exhibition 1986. Explorations along the Via Emilia (Chiostri di San Pietro, via Emilia San Pietro, 44/c - Reggio Emilia, Italy).

8 / 13       Philip Jones Griffiths, Refugees in Saigon during the fighting in May, Saigon. Vietnam. 1968. © Magnum Photos.
From the Magnum Photos's group exhibition Exile (Chiostri di San Pietro, via Emilia San Pietro, 44/c - Reggio Emilia, Italy).

9 / 13       Vittore Fossati, S. Ilario, 1985. Courtesy Biblioteca Panizzi.
From the group exhibition 1986. Explorations along the Via Emilia (Chiostri di San Pietro, via Emilia San Pietro, 44/c - Reggio Emilia, Italy).

10 / 13       Walter Niedermayr, from the series TAV. Viadotto Modena, 2004.
From the group exhibition A tile, some milk, a machine and logistics. Photographs of Emilia Romagna at work (Fondazione MAST, via Speranza, 42 - Bologna, Italy).

11 / 13       Paolo Simonazzi, from the series Tra la via Emilia e il West, Modena, 2000. © Paolo Simonazzi. Courtesy Collezione Maramotti.
From the exhibition So near, so far (Collezione Maramotti, via Fratelli Cervi, 66 - Reggio Emilia, Italy).

12 / 13       Maanantai collective, Spitting at clouds, Finland, 2013. Inkjet print. © Maanantai, Courtesy Galley Taik Persons.
From the exhibition Further, I will not venture alone, part of Dalla via Emilia al mondo (Palazzo da Mosto, via Mari, 7 - Reggio Emilia, Italy).

13 / 13       Lorenzo Vitturi, Sulla via Emilia #3. © Lorenzo Vitturi.
From the group exhibition 2016. Nuove esplorazioni (Chiostri di San Pietro, via Emilia San Pietro, 44/c - Reggio Emilia, Italy).

Fotografia Europea 2016

From May 6th to July 10th, 2016, Reggio Emilia will host the 11th edition of Fotografia Europea, the festival «dedicated entirely to the art form that more than others communicates and interprets the complexity of contemporary society».
Curated by an advisory committee composed of Diane Dufour (director of Le Bal, Paris), Elio Grazioli (University of Bergamo) and Walter Guadagnini (Accademia delle Belle Arti of Bologna), Fotografia Europea 2016 revolves around the theme The Via Emilia. Roads, journeys, borders. At a distance of thirty years, the theme revisits Explorations along the Via Emilia (1986), the collective project on the landscape curated by Luigi Ghirri with a group of photographers and writers who recounted the face of a real country, marking a significant page in contemporary photography. «The Via Emilia. Roads, journeys, borders does not intend solely to update the images of thirty years ago – explain the curators –, but especially to underscore how both the world and the ways of representing it have changed during the last three decades, and in particular how change has affected the theory and practice of photography, namely the language through which all those who use a photographic tool express themselves today – the ‘roads’ are thus simultaneously those of photography, its borders, frontiers, and transit points». Exhibitions, conferences, performances, educational initiatives and other events, hosted in the main cultural institutions and exhibition venues of the city, will be the ingredients of a rich programme of events featuring protagonists of photography, culture, and knowledge to stimulate an encounter between different expressions of creativity and thought.
Among the several exhibitions scheduled 1986. Explorations along the Via Emilia, curated by Laura Gasparini and hosted at Chiostri di San Pietro, is perhaps the ideal starting point to discover the contents of this edition. This path will be completed with the section 2016. New explorations, for which Fotografia Europea has commissioned seven contemporary artists to conduct new explorations of the Via Emilia, bearing witness to the continuity of a commitment. But from the Via Emilia, the theme extends towards the roads of the world. So, the Chiostri di San Pietro will also host the exhibition Exile, presenting the work of 24 photographers from the Magnum agency, while Palazzo Magnani will show more than 150 images and 80 journals to pay homage to Walker Evans (1903-1975), one of the great photographers of the 20th century, who shot some of his most famous images along the roads of the United States. The American photographer will be celebrated with two distinct exhibitions: WALKER EVANS. Anonymous, curated by David Campany, Jean-Paul Deridder and Sam Stourdzé, and WALKER EVANS. Italia, curated by Laura Gasparini and expressly produced for Fotografia Europea 2016. The itinerary of the Festival will continue in other symbolic sites of Reggio Emilia, offering many other high-level exhibitions. For its 11th edition, the Festival will also be enhanced by the Circuito Off, a programme of more than 300 exhibitions and events independently organised and managed by public and private entities spread throughout the local and provincial territory. The opening days will kick off the festival on the weekend of 6th-8th May, with the traditional ample calendar of events.
Fotografia Europea is a project promoted and organised by the Municipality of Reggio Emilia and the Emilia-Romagna Region, in collaboration with the Fondazione Palazzo Magnani, the Fondazione Pietro Manodori, the Chamber of Commerce of Reggio Emilia, and the APT Tourism Service of the Emilia-Romagna Region.

Fotografia Europea 2016
various venues - Reggio Emilia (Italy)
6 May – 10 July 2016

opening times: various, depending on the exhibition venue
admission fee: full price 15,00 € | reduced 12,00 € for 13-25 years-old kids, over 65, students, YoungER cardholders, TCI members, Cral Comune di Reggio Emilia cardholders, Friends of Palazzo Magnani Foundation cardholders, Friends of Theatres cardholders, Iren employees, Club Iren customers, Cariparma customers, Coop Alleanza 3.0 cardholders, CSAC ticket holders, Champions League Women Final ticket holders, groups with more than 15 people | reduced 10,00 € for those who buy the ticket before May 6th, 2016 | free admission for visitors under 12 years-old, disables and helpers, press-accreditated journalists, Icom members and for all visitors on Friday, May 6th (7 pm - 9 pm)
info: +39 (0)522 456249
info@fotografiaeuropea.it
www.fotografiaeuropea.it


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