Photography and Postinternet languages.

The exhibition Less Photography, More Photographic invites the viewer to consider the value of photographic art in the digital era. The advent of the internet and of new technologies has brought important modifications to photography in response to these new influences. The huge supply of…

An Impossible task

Essay by Séan Padraic Birnie Before her lover departs, she traces his shadow, thrown by candelight, on to the wall. Later her father, the potter Butades, will make a cast from the drawing.   In the Natural History, Pliny locates the origins of art, of…

And, where did the peacocks go? | Miho Kajioka

Japanese artist Miho Kajioka skillfully creates suggestive images through alternative printing methods in the darkroom. Her images evoke a sense of mystery and nostalgia in her constant search for beauty within the ruin. Formerly a painting student in the United States, Miho Kajioka returned to…

L’Unghia del Leone | Aminta Pierri

Often photography’s duty is to replace memory. An image can evoke our past up to the point of becoming the past. We tend to turn photography into a grip on past memories, perhaps difficult to recall, forgotten or neglected. Aminta Pierri’s work does not belong…

A Solid Matter

The visual research of form and aesthetics has pushed photography and sculpture towards a dialogue that took place since the very first photographic experiments. In the early stages of the photographic medium, it was very common for its’ pioneers to photograph statues and sculptures of…