Photographic exhibitions 2020: all the photographic exhibitions not to be missed

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PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITIONS 2020: ALL PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITIONS NOT TO BE MISSED

All the photographic exhibitions 2020 not to be missed, the events that fans of the genre cannot take.
This is a list, constantly updated, of all the exhibitions taking place in Italy in 2020.

Photographic exhibitions 2020

ROBERT DOISNEAU
Rovigo, Palazzo Roverella

Robert Doisneau

Le baiser de l’Hôtel de Ville, Paris 1950 © Robert Doisneau

  • The most beautiful kiss in the history of photography? It is impossible to establish it, but it is certain that a place on the podium belongs to the image of this young couple, indifferent to the crowd of passers-by and the traffic of the place de l’Hôtel de Ville in Paris.
    The author is Robert Doisneau, the great master of photography to whom Palazzo Roverella pays homage through one of the most beautiful 2020 photographic exhibitions, capable of revealing to the public works whose vocation is, precisely, to capture moments of happiness like this.

When: 26 september 2020 – 31 january 2021
Where: Rovigo, Palazzo Roverella

ART KANE
Perugia, Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria

Art Kane | Harlem

Art Kane, Harlem, 1958

  • ART KANE
    Visionary and experimenter Kane also dealt with reportage, fashion, editorial photography, but in the Perugia exhibition there will be only the work on music, represented by the famous shots of the Who, Bob Dylan, Jim Morrison and Harlem (1958), the photography of Jazz ‘most famous in the world’, to which an entire room will be dedicated, where it will be possible to reconstruct the genesis of that small miracle that saw for the first and last time all fifty-seven jazz musicians of the caliber of Dizzy Gillespie, Count Basie portrayed together , Thelonious Monk, Charles Mingus, Sonny Rollins.

When: 25 june – 30 august 2020
Where: Perugia, Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria

INGE MORATH. Life and photography
Milan, Museo Diocesano Carlo Maria Martini

Inge Morath | Audrey Hepburn

Inge Morath, Audrey Hepburn sul set di “Unforgiven”, Messico, 1959, ©Fotohof archiv/Inge Morath/ Magnum Photos

  • INGE MORATH. Life and photography
    140 original images and documents reconstruct the human and professional story of the Austrian photographer, the first woman to enter the Magnum Photos agency.
    Of the 2020 photo exhibitions this is certainly the most intriguing.

When: 19 may – 4 october 2020
Where: Milan, Museo Diocesano Carlo Maria Martini

MARCELLO DUDOVICH (1878-1962)
photography between art and passion

Marcello Dudovich | fotografia

  • MARCELLO DUDOVICH (1878-1962) – photography between art and passion
    Marcello Dudovich was an absolute innovator and is considered one of the fathers of signage. This exhibition displays over two hundred photographs from private and public collections, put in relation to the sketches and watercolor sketches that the artist considered preparatory to his posters, about thirty of which are visible in the exhibition.
    Recalling the invention of photography in 1839, in the “Focus on” exhibition space, the “megaletoscope” of Maximilian of Habsburg is displayed, a viewer for photographic prints that allows you to observe them with particular light effects.

When: 12 march – 24 may 2020
Where: Trieste, Scuderie and Castello di Miramare

JACQUES HENRI LARTIGUE. The invention of happiness
Casa dei Tre Oci
JACQUES HENRI LARTIGUE
  • JACQUES HENRI LARTIGUE. The invention of happiness
    When I saw the photos of Jacques Henri Lartigue on show in Milan, an unknown world opened up to me. Practically ignored for decades, Lartigue is now regarded as one of the greatest photographers of the last century, but had to wait long before he was recognized as such. This exhibition will allow you to admire and discover his works.

When: 29 february – 12 june 2020
Where: Casa dei Tre Oci, Venice

RESEARCH PHOTOGRAPHY IN LOMBARDY AND ITALY
Milan, Palazzo Pirelli

Luigi Ghirri | fotografia

Luigi Ghirri, Dalla serie “Paesaggi di Cartone, 1971-1974”, Senza titolo, 1971. Stampa cromogenica su carta al polietilene, 18.5 x 23 cm. Courtesy Collezione Fabio Castelli.

  • RESEARCH PHOTOGRAPHY IN LOMBARDY AND ITALY
    The exhibition traces that period which, from the mid-sixties to the following decade, saw documentary or reportage photography move into the experimental field of artistic avant-garde.
    The exhibition itinerary presents works by some of the protagonists of that season, from Ugo Mulas to Gabriele Basilico, from Paola Mattioli to Luigi Erba, from Nino Best to Mario Giacomelli, from Gianfranco Chiavacci to Franco Vaccari, from Mimmo Jodice to Ketty La Rocca, from Mario Grow up to Luigi Ghirri.

Exhibition created by MIA Photo Fair 
When:
26 february – 22 march 2020
Where:
Milan, Palazzo Pirelli

MEMORIA E PASSIONE. DA CAPA A GHIRRI. Masterpieces from the Bertero Collection
Torino, CAMERA – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia

Mario De Biasi | Gli italiani si voltano

Mario De Biasi, Gli italiani si voltano, Moira Orfei, 1954 © eredi di Mario De Biasi

  • MEMORIA E PASSIONE. DA CAPA A GHIRRI. Masterpieces from the Bertero Collection
    An exhibition with the stories and tales hidden in the most significant images of the Bertero Collection, a unique collection in Italy for the originality of the setting and quality of the photographs present.
    Among the more than 200 works on display are some of the most recognizable shots of this period, masterpieces that have made the history of international photography such as “The road to Palermo”, made by Robert Capa in 1943, “American girl in Italy, Florence” by Ruth Orkin from 1951, and the reportage dedicated to Italy by Henri Cartier-Bresson in 1952.

When: 20 february – 10 may 2020
Where: Torino, CAMERA – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia

LOOKS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. GIACOMELLI AND ITS TIME
Senigallia, Palazzo del Duca | Palazzetto Baviera

Mario Giacomelli | Io non ho mani che mi accarezzino il volto

Mario Giacomelli, Io non ho mani che mi accarezzino il volto

  • LOOKS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. GIACOMELLI AND ITS TIME
    Senigallia, on the occasion of the twenty years since the death of Mario Giacomelli, presents the exhibition Sguardi di Novecento: Giacomelli and his time. 20 photographs by Giacomelli compared with about 90 shots by great photographers from the mid-twentieth century.

When: 20 february – 5 july 2020
Where: Senigallia, Palazzo del Duca | Palazzetto Baviera

DOUGLAS KIRKLAND. FREEZE FRAME 60 YEARS BEHIND THE SCENES OF CINEMA
Venezia-Mestre, Centro Culturale Candiani

Douglas Kirkland | Katharine Hepburn

Katharine Hepburn sul set di La pazza di Chaillot, Nizza, 1968. Da Freeze Frame: Second Cut di Douglas Kirkland, copyright © 2017, pubblicato da Glitterati Incorporated

  • DOUGLAS KIRKLAND. FREEZE FRAME 60 YEARS BEHIND THE SCENES OF CINEMA
    Douglas Kirkland, just 24 years old, in 1961 photographed Marilyn Monroe covered only with white sheets. A legendary photo shoot became part of history.
    On display is a large series of photographs taken on the sets of the most famous Hollywood films and international cinema, from the 1960s to 2010 to deepen the knowledge of the famous photographer.

When: 15 february – 19 april 2020
Where: Mestre (Venice), Centro Culturale Candiani

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