Friuli Venezia Giulia Fotografia 2017

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Anton Stankowski (Gelsenkirchen, Germany, 1906 – Esslingen am Neckar, Germany, 1998), Juwelen, 1930/1960. Gelatin silver print, 29,4×37,9 cm. © Stankowski-Stiftung1 / 8       Anton Stankowski (Gelsenkirchen, Germany, 1906 – Esslingen am Neckar, Germany, 1998), Juwelen, 1930/1960. Gelatin silver print, 29,4×37,9 cm. © Stankowski-Stiftung.

Nino Migliori (Bologna, Italy, 1926), Industrial area, 1955. Gelatin silver print, 34,3×28 cm. © Fondazione Nino Migliori2 / 8       Nino Migliori (Bologna, Italy, 1926), Industrial area, 1955. Gelatin silver print, 34,3×28 cm. © Fondazione Nino Migliori.

Rémy Markowitsch (Zurich, Switzerland, 1957), Psychomotor, 2016. Print on baryte paper, 25 parts, 47×47 cm each. Courtesy Galerie EIGEN + ART Leipzig/Berlin3 / 8       Rémy Markowitsch (Zurich, Switzerland, 1957), Psychomotor, 2016. Print on baryte paper, 25 parts, 47×47 cm ciascuna. Courtesy Galerie EIGEN + ART Leipzig/Berlin.

Rudolf Holtappel (Münster, Germany, 1923 – Duisburg, Germany, 2013), Duisburg Bruckhausen, Ebertstrasse with August Thyssen Plant, 1968. Gelatin silver print, 29,1×37,8 cm. © Estate of the Artist4 / 8       Rudolf Holtappel (Münster, Germany, 1923 – Duisburg, Germany, 2013), Duisburg Bruckhausen, Ebertstrasse with August Thyssen Plant, 1968. Gelatin silver print, 29,1x37,8 cm. © Estate of the Artist.

Ogle Winston Link (New York, USA, 1914 – Westchester, USA, 2001), Hotshot Eastbound, Iaeger, West Virginia, 1956. Gelatin silver print, 39,4×48,9 cm. © The Estate of O. Winston Link, courtesy Robert Mann Gallery.5 / 8       Ogle Winston Link (New York, USA, 1914 – Westchester, USA, 2001), Hotshot Eastbound, Iaeger, West Virginia, 1956. Gelatin silver print, 39,4×48,9 cm. © The Estate of O. Winston Link, courtesy Robert Mann Gallery.

Masahisa Fukase (Hokkaido, Japan, 1934-2012), Nayoro, 1978. Vintage gelatin silver print, 42,5×55 cm. © Masahisa Fukase Archives6 / 8       Masahisa Fukase (Hokkaido, Japan, 1934-2012), Nayoro, 1978. Vintage gelatin silver print, 42,5×55 cm. © Masahisa Fukase Archives.

Jim Goldberg (New Haven, USA, 1953), High Noon, Dhaka Dump, Bangladesh, from the series Open See, 2007. 226,1×276,9 cm. © Jim Goldberg. Courtesy of the artist, Pace/MacGill Gallery (NY) and Casemore Kirkeby (SF)7 / 8       Jim Goldberg (New Haven, USA, 1953), High Noon, Dhaka Dump, Bangladesh, from the series Open See, 2007. 226,1×276,9 cm. © Jim Goldberg. Courtesy of the artist, Pace/MacGill Gallery (NY) and Casemore Kirkeby (SF).

Edgar Martins (Évora, Portugal, 1977), Alto Rabagão power station: busbar shaft (view from the machine hall), 2011. C-print mounted on aluminium, 120×150 cm. The Time Machine © Edgar Martins8 / 8       Edgar Martins (Évora, Portugal, 1977), Alto Rabagão power station: busbar shaft (view from the machine hall), 2011. C-print mounted on aluminium, 120×150 cm. The Time Machine © Edgar Martins.

The Power of Images

The MAST Foundation presents The Power of Images, a new exhibition from its industrial photography collection. A fascinating visual journey, with more than one hundred works, which shows the disruptive expressive power of the photographic language in its many meanings.

Curated by Urs Stahel, the exhibition gathers a vast selection of photographs from the world of labour, an abundance of insights into heavy manufacturing, machine industry, digitisation, and throw-away society. The views of over sixty photographers guide us into the world of production and consumption, and simultaneously draw us along emotionally, developing a new way of seeing.

Among the photographers on display: Berenice Abbott, Richard Avedon, Margaret Bourke-White, Thomas Demand, Simone Demandt, Jim Goldberg, Hiroko Komatsu, Germaine Krull, Catherine Leutenegger, Edgar Martins, Rémy Markowitsch, Richards Misrach, Jules Spinatsch, Edward Steichen, Thomas Struth, Shomei Tomatsu and Marion Post Wolcott.

Thanks to their works, «the exhibition traces central spaces in the industrial-technological system, it touches upon social and political questions, but rather than simply identifying hard facts the images attempt to depict more extensive, deeper connections, to present us with complex, even perceived realities, also implying an emotional involvement. The visual universe of industry and work, factory and society that unfolds within the show is informed by the notion of multifacetedness, of a reality consisting in many layers and different timelines, all running parallel to each other or intersecting».

The Power of Images.
MAST Collection. An iconic selection of photographs on industry and work
MAST.Gallery, via Speranza, 42 - Bologna (Italy)
3 May – 24 September 2017

opening times: from Tuesday to Sunday, ore 10 am - 7 pm | Closed on Monday
admission fee: free entrance
info: segreteria@fondazionemast.org
www.mast.org


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published on 2017-06-10 in NEWS / EXHIBITIONS

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