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PhMuseum Days 2022

date » 23-06-2022 15:14

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After the great success of the first edition, our International Photo Festival is back from 23 September to 2 October 2022 in Bologna, Italy. With this open call you can become part of it and claim your free daily pass to come to visit us.

The theme of this edition is Today is Yesterday's Tomorrow, meant as an occasion to reflect on the strong moment of change we are living. The eternal return of history; the need to live the present while recognizing the power of actions and how the future depends on our decisions today; the different points of view we share and the speculative interpretation of reality.

There are many angles to interpret this theme. This is why we invite you to send yours and join this open call that represents the main channel through which become part of our festival. We are selecting indeed at least 3 works for individual shows, up to 40 images for a collective installation, and up to 20 projects for the projections. Plus, as an applicant you can claim your free daily pass to attend the festival!

We look forward to reviewing your applications - together with a jury comprising photographers who were the protagonist of last year's edition - and to welcoming you to Bologna this September.

Inside Art n. 125

date » 21-07-2022 15:39

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Il nuovo numero di Inside Art è arrivato in redazione. Dentro uno speciale su Patrick Tuttofuoco e un focus dedicato alla cultura LGBTQIA+. L’immagine in cover è di Claudia Fuggetti

Arriva l’estate e con il caldo anche l’ultimo numero di Inside Art, il #125, che tra pochi giorni troverete in libreria (qui dove trovarci) e in alcuni luoghi ”di culto” dell’arte contemporanea, come i bookshop della Biennale di Venezia, oltre che ovviamente su Amazon e tramite i nostri abbonamenti.


Resources:2.0 - Fotofestival Lenzburg

date » 02-07-2022 00:46

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tags » Resources:2.0, Open Call Single Images, Fotofestival Lenzburg, Claudia Fuggetti,

Winning Pictures Open Call – Single Images 2022
Venue: historical center of Lenzburg
We are delighted to announce the selected photographs, winner of the of Open Call re:sources 2.0, category single images, for the group exhibition in the window-shops, in the city centre of Lenzburg, at the Fotofestival Lenzburg 2022.
Thanks to the generous participation of 37 shops and bars in Lenzburg, visitors will be able to view 65 selected images on the resources theme, submitted by photographers from Switzerland and many countries around the world.
The Public Prize is sponsored by SWL AG.
Through an SMS with the code of the photograph – available in the caption in the shops – visitors to the centre will be able to decide to whom the Public Prize, worth 1000 CHF, will be awarded. The prizegiving will take place during the Finissage’s ceremony on October 2nd, 2022.
Here you see a small selection of the images. Visit Lenzburg to see the entire exhibition!

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International Photography Exhibition - The Glasgow Gallery of Photography

date » 25-05-2022 12:36

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International Photography Exhibition, The Glasgow Gallery of Photography



date » 24-05-2022 11:44

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tags » 18th Julia Margaret Cameron Award, Women Photographers,

18th Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers



date » 05-05-2022 14:55

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A cura di Ludovica Panella, Giulia Loi e Adele Degani - IED Torino.


Rotterdam Photo Fair

date » 05-05-2022 15:17

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Hot Zone by Claudia Fuggetti - Village Books

date » 16-04-2022 18:35

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Village presents Hot Zone, a new artist edition by Claudia Fuggetti.

The discovery of the brain area where dreams are generated is relatively recent; it is located precisely above the nape and is called the “hot zone”. Hot Zone documents the unfolding of a lucid dream, placing the viewer in the... ​​Read More

Village presents Hot Zone, a new artist edition by Claudia Fuggetti.

The discovery of the brain area where dreams are generated is relatively recent; it is located precisely above the nape and is called the “hot zone”. Hot Zone documents the unfolding of a lucid dream, placing the viewer in the balance between fiction and reality, in which photography becomes the proof of its existence.

Fuggetti started this new work at a complicated time in her life, at the end of 2019, suffering from insomnia, and very anxious about the future, the fate of human beings and the environment, seriously compromised. Dreams began to merge with reality, becoming images. From that moment, her obsession was to reproduce what she saw during sleeping hours, noting details and trying to recreate them visually.

The images on a subconscious layer are transformed into a visual journey in which visions, flashbacks and hallucinations connect, giving rise to new space-time dimensions and psychedelic worlds. The relationship between landscape and nature is complex: real places have been altered through digital painting interventions. They seem to come from alien planets, taking on unusual colours and becoming a mirror of human tension towards the future of the Earth.

Beauty hides restlessness: “I had a dream, which was not all a dream.” – Lord Byron.

Hot Zone becomes a real dimension, bringing back to life what is usually destined to be lost after each awakening. The contribution of artificial intelligence can help overcome the human limit of memory. Within the project, there are images (square format) of documentation produced by a neural network I created.

Published by Village
Design by Sam Hutchinson
19 x 27.5 cm
Softcover, double zine with fold-out poster, vacuum sealed
1st Edition, 50 copies
April 2022
In Stock


Giovane Fotografia Italiana - Artribune

date » 23-04-2022 14:43

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tags » Premio Ghirri, Giovane Fotografia Italiana, Artribune,

Sempre a Reggio Emilia, Ghirri sarà protagonista ai Chiostri di San Domenico del nuovo Premio Ghirri per la Giovane Fotografia Italiana, istituito nell’ambito del Festival della Fotografia Europea grazie alla collaborazione con l’Archivio Eredi Luigi Ghirri. Il premio verrà attribuito, durante le giornate inaugurali del festival, a uno dei sette artisti – Marcello Coslovi, Chiara Ernandes, Claudia Fuggetti, Caterina Morigi, Giulia Parlato, Riccardo Svelto, Giulia Vanelli – selezionati da una giuria internazionale e in mostra nel complesso domenicano. Infine ai Chiostri di San Pietro sono previsti workshop e nuovi progetti fotografici per l’autunno 2022. Il Comune di Reggio Emilia inviterà alcuni artisti a realizzare nuove produzioni attraverso workshop e modalità di partecipazione attiva della cittadinanza: i risultati verranno successivamente esposti ai Chiostri di San Pietro.

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