The Paolo Roversi - Studio Luce solo exhibition is a unique opportunity to get to know the work of the great photographer Paolo Roversi.In 1973 he moved to Paris, where he still lives and works in his studio, the very same Studio Luce the exhibition is named after. In the photographs on display there are references to his hometown, Ravenna, the place that more than any other has shaped his imagination.The exhibition opens with his first fashion photographs and a series of portraits of friends and artists, alternated with still lifes of stools collected in the street or those of Paolo’s long-trusted Deardorff camera. Among his most recent works, some shots for the Pirelli 2020 Calendar will be exhibited, as well as a series of previously unreleased fashion shots from his decades of work for brands such as DIOR and for magazines such as Vogue Italia. As a tribute to the seven-hundredth anniversary of Dante Alighieri’s death, there will be a vast selection of shots directly from Roversi’s archive that celebrate and reinvent the figure of the muse – as an ideal reference to Dante’s Beatrice from the Divina Commedia – interpreted here in a contemporary way by iconic women such as Natalia Vodianova, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Rihanna.
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Special price for school: € 6 (admission+ guided tour)
Groups € 14 (admission + guided tour)