Photo Vogue Festival
November 16-19, 2017

Paolo Roversi

The second edition of the Photo Vogue Festival will open in Milan November 16-19, 2017 engaging the entire city with talks, exhibitions and photography-related initiatives made possible also thanks to the contribution and support of cultural institutions, photography school and, most of all, thanks to specialized galleries that will host exhibitions over the duration of the Festival. PVF – Photo Vogue Festival – seeks to establish itself as a meeting place and point of reference for all photography, art and fashion enthusiasts by giving professionals and amateurs alike the chance to come in contact with key industry figures: the most renowned photographers, leading curators and the most prestigious agencies.

 

Paolo Roversi

Paolo Roversi

Paolo Roversi

Headed by Senior Photo Editor, Alessia Glaviano, this year’s Photo Vogue Festival will feature a monographic exhibition on master fashion photographer Paolo Roversi to be held within the prestigious location of Palazzo Reale, promoted and produced by Vogue Italia in partnership with Comune di Milano – Cultura and Palazzo Reale and made possible thanks to the unconditional contribution provided by Mediolanum Farmaceutici SpA.

 

Emilie Régnier

Donna Trope / Sarah Moon

Nan Goldin

In addition, the industrial converted space of Base Milano will host two group exhibitions: Fashion & Politics in Vogue Italia, which explores the way through which – despite attracting criticism and controversies – Vogue Italia addressed current social issues through fashion photography, and an exhibition dedicated to those photographers selected through the scouting initiative launched today on our Photo Vogue platform open to all photographic genres, from still life to documentary, fashion to architecture.

 

Margot Errante

Margot Errante / Davide Monteleone

Davide Monteleone

Programs will consist of talks, portfolio reviews, events, and exhibitions including:

29 Arts in Progress Gallery: My name is style. Gian Paolo Barbieri, Lucien Clergue, Greg Gorman, William Klein, Amedeo Turello.

Fondazione Prada Osservatorio: Questioning Pictures: Stefano Graziani, curated by Francesco Zanot.

Forma Meravigli: Kuwait. Un deserto in fiamme. Photography of Sebastião Salgado. Curated by Lélia Wanick Salgado.

Galleria Carla Sozzani: Paolo Roversi. Incontri, dittici e trittici.

Heillandi gallery: The April Theses / In The Russian East, China Star – exhibitions of Davide Monteleone and Margot Errante at Spazio FMF.

Leica Galerie Milan: Invito al Viaggio / Lorenzo Castore.

Officine Fotografiche Milan: Danakil: Land of Salt and Fire. Andrea Frazzetta.

 

Photo Vogue Festival / Milan
November 16-19, 2017
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