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Talks on Italian Photography #2

What is happening in the new photographic research in Italy?

Lorenza Bravetta, Marco Delogu and Marina Spunta will be in conversation about Italian photography in recent years.


Lorenza Bravetta, previously Director of Magnum Photos, and of the programme for the valorization of the national photographic patrimony at the Italian Ministry of Culture, is now working at the Milan Triennale.

Marco Delogu is a photographer. His research focuses on portraits of groups of people with common experiences and languages; in recent years his projects have been more focused on nature. He has published more than twenty monographs. He is now the director of the Italian Cultural Institute of London.

Marina Spunta is the director of Studies in Modern Languages at the University of Leicester, specialized in contemporary Italian literature and photography. In 2013-2015 she was Principal Investigator for the British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant ‘Viewing and writing Italian landscape. Luigi Ghirri and his legacy in photography and literature’.

  • Organizzato da: Italian Cultural Institute