The successful format Tre Oci / Tre Mostre has come to its third edition.
The three exhibition transform the venue in a proper Kunsthalle, showcasing a visual path that allowes visitors to compare contemporary photography with the tradition of Venetian photography.
On the ground floor, Private looks. Photographs by Francesco Maria Colombo. Sixty portraits, between black & white and color.
They are actors, philosophers, musicians, writers and scientists, all caught in its own context, free to choose the environment and attributes of their representation. For them, the scene is repeated each time with a different input, although always dictated by the intention of the author to fully understand his chosen subject. Then even the characters more shy and reticent can be expressed in the poses the most authentic.
As a result, the photograph reaches that ideal of representation that preserves the bottom of the eye and the heart.
In the halls of the first floor, Venetian galleries and Photography.
As part of the show, the Casa dei Tre Oci has chosen to host 6 Venetian galleries that always operate in the field of photography.
On the second floor, three exhibitions curated by Photography Club La Gondola.
The Remains of the Day is the theme taken on this year by 31 members of the Club.
The key is what remains as a personal memory formed not by the main events of a lifetime but the small details, a kind of intimate evocation, so that the viewer becomes a participant.