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‘Indelible Italia’ Exhibit at West End Museum


When: Through Dec. 5, 2015 Where: West End Museum — 150 Staniford St. Suite 7, Boston MA The West End Museum is extending the run of its current photography exhibit, Indelebile Italia, which celebrates the beauty and mystery of Italy. The show will now run through from December 5 in the Museum’s Members’ Gallery. It is free and open to the public. (Media note: Downloadable show-related images appear here.) Indelebile Italia photographer and curator Giselle Valdes has been exhibiting her work since 1982. Her images for this show feature the cityscapes, churches and historic buildings, Renaissance sculpture and ancient ruins ...

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Offida (Marche)


Offida, a little Town in the Marche, in the Province of Ascoli Piceno.

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Renée Ricciardi: Capturing Italy’s beekeeping community


Last August, Renée Ricciardi bought a one-way ticket to Italy, packed a suitcase and her camera gear, and traveled across the Atlantic with one goal in mind: photographing bees. For most people, it would be an odd reason to visit Italy, but for Ricciardi, it fit perfectly. The project united her photography studies – she graduated from Massachusetts College of Art just a few months prior – with her beekeeping hobby and love for Italy. The idea to undertake such work came together organically over the period of a couple years. In 2011, just as Ricciardi started beekeeping in her ...

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Caffe Sicilia – Photographing an Italian Cafe in Gloucester

Tutta la famiglia - Photo by ©Paul Cary Goldberg

Paul Cary Goldberg is a photographer based in Gloucester, Mass. From 2007 to 2012, he has been photographing the patrons of the city's Caffe Sicilia, frequented by many of the local Sicilian community.

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Una Vita: Italy’s History Through the Eyes of Its Elderly


Harvard postdoc Alberto Pepe, alongside urban researcher and friend Veronica Olivotto, spent last summer collecting stories and photographs of elderly Italians, resulting in the fabulous project "Una Vita."

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Oliviero Toscani Visits MIT, Talks of Photography, Freedom and More


An inspiring and sometimes provocative Oliviero Toscani visited MIT on Thursday, October 6, 2011, to talk about his work as a photographer and answer questions on art, beauty, freedom and many other topics. In the opening video, Toscani explains his vision of personal freedom. “To be free is to free yourself of your human complexes,” he says. “If you do that, you don’t want to give up. That’s why some people get so excited.” The first half of Toscani’s talk, titled “The Message Against the Medium,” was dedicated to a long visual presentation of some of his most famous works, ...

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‘Think Outside the Purse’ – Photography Exhibition by Valentina Oppezzo


“Think outside the purse” is a Fashion exhibition by Valentina Oppezzo, featuring photographs and fabrics printed with photographic patterns. The exhibition made its debut at this year’s Boston En Vogue, during the event hosted by Baku Sunset. “Thinking outside the purse means looking at fashion from a different point of view,” says Valentina. “It means seeing fashion as the missing link between an hectic style of life, in which we can sometimes feel misplaced or disconnected, and a more “organic” and natural lifestyle.” EXHIBITION: Think outside the Purse at Boston En Vogue 2011: Valentina is an Italian professional photographer, now ...

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Roman Letterforms – Photography Exhibit by Donald Joseph Tarallo

Don Tarallo Roman Letterforms

Donald Joseph Tarallo's photography exhibition on Roman Letterforms explores the design origins of our modern alphabet.

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