T.R.I.P.: Travel Routes In Photography

travel 300The National Roman Museum - Baths of Diocletian in Rome hosts the second edition of the exhibition on contemporary travel photography, "T.R.I.P.: Travel Routes In Photography", curated by Arianna Rinaldo..

Sponsored by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, produced and organized by the tripmagazine, the exhibition integrates pioneering new forms of expression and construction of the works in the exhibition, offering the viewer an unexpected fruition.

T.R.I.P. Travel Routes In Photography focuses on the theme of journey both as an experience in which the traveler is the protagonist and as a necessary path to get to know oneself before the world.

The three authors "travel" with their objectives in both familiar and not so familiar places: Pieter Hugo in South Africa, Narelle Autio in Australia and Alessandro Rizzilontano in Japan. With a different style and intention they discover and reveal to us something about themselves by telling about “the Other”.

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Pieter Hugo (South Africa)

THERE IS A PLACE IN HELL FOR ME AND MY FRIENDS

Narelle Autio (Australia)

WATERCOLOURS

Alessandro Rizzi (Italy)

TOKYO DAYS

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T.R.I.P.

Travel Routes In Photography

Museo Nazionale Romano - Terme di Diocleziano - Grandi Aule, Roma

19 October 2014- 18 December 2014

Free admission to the inauguration (18 October 2014, 19.00)

Tickets: 7 €, discount 3,50 €.

Valid for 3 days (includes admission to Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Cyrpta Balbi)

 

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