“RISE UP & WISE UP – ALZATI E APRI GLI OCCHI” in mostra a Pescara

Dal 30 giugno al 3 luglio 2016, presso lo Stefano Lista Photography Studio si terrà una mostra fotografica collettiva dal titolo “Rise up & wise up”, a cura di Annalisa D’Angelo e Alvaro Deprit.La mostra è il risultato finale di un Master sul progetto fotografico organizzato dalla “Stefano Lista Photography School” di Pescara, che in appena cinque anni di attività ha al suo attivo oltre 900 clienti e collaborazioni con i più importanti fotografi italiani. Il Master, iniziato nel 2015, e durato 9 mesi, ha assunto la forma di un percorso di studio che ha fornito ai suoi partecipanti le competenze per l’ideazione e la realizzazione di tutte le fasi del progetto fotografico.

I curatori della mostra sono due nomi internazionali della fotografia:
Annalisa D’Angelo è curatrice, editor e consulente indipendente. Ha collaborazioni con i più importanti fotografi contemporanei tra cui Paolo Pellegrin e Alex Majoli (Magnum), Kathryn Cook, Machiel Botman, Pietro Masturzo e Alessandro Penso.
Alvaro Deprit è un fotografo documentarista spagnolo vincitore di numerosi premi internazionali tra cui PhotoEspana Oì OjodePez Human Values Award e l’International Photography Award del British Journal of Photography. I suoi lavori sono stati esposti ad Arles , Roma, Madrid, Barcellona, Londra, New York e Atene.

La mostra, ad ingresso gratuito, sarà inaugurata giovedì 30 giugno alle ore 18:30 e i progetti saranno esposti presso la sede di “Stefano Lista Photography School” di Pescara, in via Elettra 96 fino a domenica 3 luglio con i seguenti orari di visita: venerdì e sabato dalle 18 alle 22, domenica dalle 16 alle 22.

 

Questi i nomi degli allievi che esporranno: Valentina Bravi, Daniele Carrieri, Francesca Cavallucci, Piero De Caro, Pierino Di Nicola, Federico Garofalo, Fabrizio Liguori, Fulco Marianetti, Mara Patricelli, Giampaolo Rosati, Alessandro Sbaraglia, Pino Timperio.

Titolo mostra: RISE UP WISE UP
Organizzatore: Stefano Lista Photography School
Inaugurazione : giovedi 30 giugno 2016 h. 18:30
Durata: dal 30 giugno al 3 luglio
Sede: Stefano Lista Photoghaphy Studio, via Elettra, 96 Pescara
www.stefanolista.it
Ingresso gratuito

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