Exhibition: 3 October 2012 – 3 February 2013
On photo: Prince Harry; Prince Charles; Prince William, Duke of Cambridge by Mario Testino, 2004
Photographs of the Royal Family taken between 2003 and 2010, including the engagement photographs of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The eight portraits on display include the official engagement portraits of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge taken in London in 2010. The earliest image on display is of HRH The Prince of Wales from 2003 which was commissioned as an official portrait and another of HRH Prince William, taken in the same year to mark his 21st birthday. The official commission to mark HRH Prince Henry’s 21st birthday will also be on display as well as a portraits of HRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, commissioned by British Vogue in 2006, and another photograph of this royal couple in their car, taken in 2010, from Testino’s personal work.
National Portrait Gallery
2 St.Martin’s Place
London WC2H 0HE
Big surprise! Today I recived great message. My portfolio with 40 photos will be presented on Sunday at the Art Takes Miami: 1,001 Artists Project in Miami, USA! The 1,001 artists presented in interactive gallery are from over 86 different countries around the world. They are a small part of the 500,000 members!!!! Works of 1,001 artists will be included in a digital presentation displayed in the Art Takes Miami exhibition booth at SCOPE Art Show. You can see my works on streets of Miami! I’m so happy! And surprised 😉
Scope Art Miami, 1001 Artists Project
4-9 December 2012
Small, interesting place „Ebano Lounge” in Barcelona and my photos on walls. Perfect place for exhibition. Chillout zone, good food and time for watching photos. Two weeks with friends in incredible atmosphere.
7-21 November 2012
Avinguda del Paral·lel, 124
08015 Barcelona, Spain
Italian photographer Matteo Varsi has been snapping photos with expired polaroids since childhood. His daily documentation of everyday life is a constant search for the beauty and joy of imperfection.
Matteo Varsi was born in Levanto, Italy in 1970. His first photographic research involved photography and literature. After graduating with a degree in Modern Foreign Literature, Varsi won a scholarship at the Italian Institute of Photography, Milan in 2003 where he graduated the following year. His work has been in numerous personal and collective exhibitions including the Festival of Photography in Rome and the Photo Festival in Milan.
Upcoming exhibition: “A Presentation of Cold Cases” collective exhibition at the Italian Institute of Culture, Berlin (6th to 26th of November, 2012).
PANORAMA MIX-miradas diversas brings together 29 international artists in Barcelona
On Wednesday, November 7th, the international art exhibition PANORAMA MIX-miradas diversas, in association with the Friends of UNESCO, Barcelona, will bring together artists from Latin America and Europe.
The intention of PANORAMA MIX–miradas diversas is to set out a new approach to international contemporary art, by giving vanguard artists of different cultures the opportunity to share their experiences, and show how diversity can lead to harmony and beauty, and bring together Latin America and Europe, which have strong historical and cultural ties. Katia Muñoz and Reina Mendoza, are the curators of this exhibition which will be held until November 29th, at the headquarters of the Friends of UNESCO in Barcelona. The exhibition will then start touring around Europe. PANORAMA MIX-miradas diversas is organized by ArtgestionLab+ in association with the Friends of UNESCO, known around the world for promoting cultural diversity.
Women have always been at the heart of communities and it’s women who have their fingers on the pulse of daily life. Women do 70-80% of all agriculture & food production in the world. Women are responsible for well over half the world’s cash income and now play a central role as compassionate powerbrokers and decision makers. We should be continually reminded that ‘girl power’ is older than mere 21st century pop culture.
Relying on their hospitality and organisational savvy has frequently meant the difference between success and failure on many of my travels and photographic projects. This exhibition is a celebration of womanhood and marks 25 years of travelling to remote, rural and ethnic communities.
Paris Photo, 16th edition at the Grand Palais — the best of 19th century, modern and contemporary photography in the heart of Paris. This year the Paris Photo Platform features 4 days of conferences directed by Roxana Marcoci, Curator of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, with the special contribution of Paul Holdengräber, Director of „LIVE from The New York Public Library.” Structured as an experimental platform for critical discussions, the Paris Photo Platform engages in dynamic and robust debates about the expanded field and perspectives of photography. Participants feature an international roster of leading artists, architects, filmmakers, cultural historians, and theorists in the field exchanging ideas on the relational contexts in which photography operates today.
15-18 November 2012
Grand Palace, Paris, France