AGENDA

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La Collection

Du 16 septembre au 24 odécembre 2022

POETRY IN THE AGNÈS B. COLLECTION

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La Librairie

Tuesday 12, July 2022

Concert Brooklyn Orchestra

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La Librairie

Saturday June 18, 2022

Launching & signing of the book “Vandals in Paris” by Antoine Flandrin & Thomas Von Wittich

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Massimo Vitali

Born 1944 in Como, Italy – Lives and works in Lucca, Italy, and Berlin, Germany

After a classical education, Massimo studied photography at the London College of Printing. He worked as a photojournalist for numerous agencies and magazines in Italy and Europe in the 1960s. His encounter with Report agency founder Simon Guttman was fundamental to his development as a photographer engaging with social issues. In the late 70s, his growing mistrust in the idea that photography had an absolute capacity to reproduce the subtleties of reality led him to move into filmmaking, shooting fiction projects and commercials. His connection with the still camera remained unbroken, however, and in the last ten years, he has developed an approach to photography as a form of contemporary artistic expression. His use of large format cameras enables him to shoot portraits that keep their distance while interacting with reality.

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© Massimo Vitali

Available works

Chidro Esse, 2020

Latex color print on Diasec ; wood frame
242 x 181,5 cm
Edition 1/6

ref : ViMa0020

Coney island Es, 2006

Inkjet Color print on Diasec ; wood frame
110,8 x 88,5 cm
Edition 2/35

ref : ViMa0025

Gulpiyuri, 2011

Inkjet Color print on Diasec
180 x 230 cm
Edition 2/6

ref : ViMa0014

Lencois Achrome, 2012

Inkjet Color print on Diasec
180 x 220 cm
Edition 3/6

ref : ViMa0016

Plage du Prophète Evening, 2017

Latex Color print on Diasec ; wood frame
242 x 181,5 cm
Edition 2/6

ref : ViMa0022

Ponta dos Mosteiros dark, 2018

Latex Color print on Diasec ; wood frame
242 x 181,5 cm
Edition 2/6

ref : ViMa0021

Portovenere Olive Bay, 2020

Latex Color print on Diasec ; wood frame
242 x 181,5 cm
Edition 1/6

ref : ViMa0019

Taotec 1, 1997

Inkjet Color print on Diasec
150 x 180 cm
Edition 1/9

ref : ViMa0008

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