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Friday April 6th 2018
6.00 pmConsulate General of Italy in New York
690 Park Avenue, 10065



“Italian Landscapes”, hosted at the Consulate General of Italy in New York in collaboration with photography platform nineteensixtyeight, is a tribute to Italy and its regional landscapes, and it features the works of two emerging Italian photographers, Luca Lupi and Martina Giammaria.

Lupi and Giammaria’s pictures offer a fresh perspective on the diversity of the Italian regional landscape, and define a contemporary physical identity which combines the ancient and the modern.

Luca Lupi was born in Pontedera, Pisa, in 1970, and currently lives and works in Fucecchio, Florence. He has participated in solo and group exhibitions worldwide and has recently won the Photomed Festival 2017 for his Landscapes series. His work has been featured in various solo art shows such as Landscapes, Emon Photo Gallery, Tokyo (2016); Still, Cardelli & Fontana artecontemporanea, Sarzana (SP, 2016); Infinito Presente, Sincresis Arte, Empoli (FI, 2015); Spazi, Museo di Fucecchio, Florence (2014); Landscapes, Anne Clergue Galerie, Arles, France (2014); Viewpoint, Le Murate, Florence (2011).

Martina Giammaria is an Italian photographer based in Milan. She likes to create a ‘state of uncertainty’ for her viewers, by shooting objects and scenes of everyday life in a surreal and visually challenging way. Her work has been published internationally, in diverse publications including The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, M le Monde, Vogue Italia, Vanity Fair, Wallpaper*, and L’Officiel Italia.


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