BLACK AND WHITE SHOTS AT THE SANSI LITERARY CAFE IN SPOLETO: THE POETICS OF THE FIRST SHOT THE EXHIBITION BY PHOTOGRAPHER MARIA GRAZIA MODESTI.
Arte, cultura-Caffè Letterario del Sansi Spo-22-08-2020
The exhibition will be presented on August 28, 2020 at 6 pm, in the presence of photographer Maria Grazia Modesti. From August 20 it is possible to visit this unique exhibition, of a female talent, international award Spoleto Art Festival 2020, with the photo "THE DAY BEFORE" ROME 2018 The photo represents the historic post office of the Vatican City in St. Peter's Square, behind of Bernini's colonnade, (almost hidden). “The day before” because, it often happens that the photographer takes a picture, and you think of going back to the same place to take it again, to improve it, but in reality this never happens because she always likes the first shot. The day before, the day before, the day before everything changes, a sort of carpe diem. The poetics of the first shot is the new appointment at the Sansi literary café in Via Salara Vecchia, 21 Spoleto, a meeting place and cultural entertainment, as well as an exhibition of works of art and innovative activities whose recovery is in line with the due anti covid precautions.
Black and white shots an artistic choice of the Roman photographer Maria Grazia Modesti and it is the charm of this photographic exhibition, which with the absence of colors helps the user of the photo to focus more on shapes and on the relationship between geometries, perspectives, textures and material to tell a Rome from a female point of view. The exhibition is curated by the graphics and photographer Paola Biadetti artistic director of the Spoleto Meeting art, and is sponsored by Ass. IEFO, (European Institute for Orientation Training) Spoleto Art Festival Menotti Art Festival, TAU Foundation. protagonist on the volume DuemilArtisti La Fiera Letteraria 2020, and on Giovani Europeani Magazine.
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