I’m happy to get this picture from my friend @milou040
My picture was part of @natuzzi project #worldofharmony and was shown in Base Milano at PhotoVogue Festival. Even I wasn’t there I’m still happy to see it through this photo. Hope for the next year with new goals.
Thank you @alessiaglaviano and @maranif 💙
It was the Photo Vogue Italia Festival this weekend in Milan, starting on Thursday with talks about politics in photography and documentary photography amongst others, and various exhibitions. This is BASE in the Tortona area in Milan where I went to see the fashion and politics exhibition, a look at how (often controversial) fashion photography reflects the politics of our times. To read more, check out the article Fashion Photography as Social Commentary in the New York Times and the Photo Vogue Festival section at www.vogue.it. Images were shown from work by Miles Aldridge, Ellen von Unwerth, David LaChapelle, Tim Walker, Steven Meisel and Peter Lindbergh. The choice of images used to promote the festival was controversial in itself. One of these was Steven Meisel’s photo of a woman in a red dress being trampled on by a police officer that was part of his 2006 “State of Emergency”. The portrayal of and narration of women within Italian media remains a serious source of concern for many, the most recent being the vicious response of some sections of the Italian media towards Asia Argento.