Vogue Italia to Launch First Photo Festival In Milan

MILAN — The initial general Photo Vogue Festival, wholly dedicated to conform photography, will run Nov. 22 to 26 in Milan, founded by Vogue Italia and sponsored by a Italian city’s municipality.

Vogue Italia’s comparison print editor Alessia Glaviano explained on Wednesday that it will be giveaway and open to a open charity lectures, conferences and exhibitions.

Chaired by a magazine’s editor in arch Franca Sozzani and destined by Glaviano, a festival aims to turn an annual event. The initial book will benefaction a monographic muster “Vanessa Beecroft Polaroids 1993.2016″ during Milan’s Royal Palace. Beecroft’s vaunt will regroup enlargements of singular Polaroids, as good as sculptures.

Glaviano underscored a need to “open a doors” of a festival to a open and a partnership with art, conform and pattern schools, trimming from a Brera Fine Arts Academy, to a La Scala theater’s Academy
 and Istituto Marangoni, to name a few. Glaviano emphasized Vogue Italia’s “credibility and authority” in rising a festival, indicating to a magazine’s concentration on photography over a years, underneath Sozzani’s lead.

“The Female Gaze” and “Photovogue/in Fashion” exhibitions will take place during industrial space Base Milano, nearby a Giorgio Armani domicile and Silos muster space on Via Bergognone. “The Female Gaze” will arrangement a works of womanlike photographers who have revolutionized a approach a womanlike physique and sexuality is represented in conform photography, celebrated Glaviano, emphasizing a indirect women’s empowerment. Co-curated by Glaviano and Chiara Bardelli Nonino, a vaunt includes Cindy Sherman’s self-portraits, works by Camilla Akrans, Amanda Charchian, Ellen von Unwerth and Donna Trope, among others. “Photovogue/in Fashion” will showcase a works of a photographers comparison by a scouting beginning launched by Vogue Italia’s online print platform.

At Base Milano, talks about photography will be hold with guest including Beecroft, Paolo Roversi, Mario Calabresi and Massimo Torrigiani to name a few. “Photos and conform are a singularity of contemporary reality, that assistance know what happens around us,” pronounced Torrigiani, codirector of Fantom and artistic executive of a nascent contemporary art and enlightenment in Bari, Apulia, adding that “culture is instrumental as a discourse between people.”

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