Opening hours: 23-24-25 October 2020: 10-13 / 15-20.
Until 8 November: 10-13 / 17-20.
PRESENTATION AND AWARD CEREMONY: Friday 23 October 2020 – 19.00 – Sala Xenia, Trieste.
Italian art critic Sandro Parmiggiani, who wrote the introduction of the Chromantic volume, will present the project together with the art director Angelo Cucchetto. The Czech photographer Miloš Nejezchleb, special guest of the volume and of the exhibition, will also speak.
Best Author and the Honorable Mentions will be awarded:
- Best Author » Enzo Crispino (Italy)
- Honorable Mention » Adrian Wojtas (Poland)
- Honorable Mention » Andrea Bettancini (Italy)
- Honorable Mention » Cosimo Manlio De Pasquale (Italy)
- Honorable Mention » Sergio Ferreira Ruiz (Spain)
- Honorable Mention » Roberto Malagoli (Italy)
Launched by dotART cultural association through its platform Exhibit Around, Chromantic was born as an ambitious collective tribute to Alex Webb, a pioneer of color photography able to range from urban photography to journalistic reportage.
A full-bodied project, one of a kind, which consists of a prestigious photographic volume and an international collective exhibition, presented here: photos strictly in color, which use light in an artistic and original way, giving life to the chromatic elements and transforming color into an authorial language able to tell contemporary reality.
169 authors from all over the world are involved, selected from over 430 who applied for the open call launched by Exhibit Around in December 2019, which collected over 4100 photos and 210 portfolios.
An extraordinary tribute to Alex Webb which reaches its peak in October 2020 during Trieste Photo Days Festival with the official presentation of the volume, in which the critic Sandro Parmiggiani collaborated, and of the collective exhibition in the “U. Veruda” with over 150 photos.
Alex Webb himself was supposed to attend the opening
along with Rebecca Norris Webb, his wife and creative partner.
The health emergency linked to Covid-19 unfortunately prevented the great American photographer from reaching Italy, the Chromantic exhibition instead presents itself to the viewer in all its originality.
Photos dispalyed by: Aleksandr Gorban, Alessandra Antonini, Alessandro Idini, Alessia Santambrogio, Alexandre Chaym, Alfons Cabrera, Allan Syphers, Ana Vodusek, Andrea Bettancini, Andrea Maini, Andrea Rossi, Andrea Scirè, Antoine Buttafoghi, Antonella Pellegrino, Arianna Todisco, Augusto Barbieri, Barry Gilbert-Miguet, Beppe Castellani, Betty Press, Birgit Lu Mazen, Carla Cosenza Mormile, Carlo Silva, Carlos Queiroz, Cate Franklyn, Chiara Conti, Cinzia Leghissa, Clementine Smart, Clive Eariss, Corrado Enea Crevatin, Cosimo Manlio De Pasquale, Cristina Ferri, Daniela Bartolomeoli, Daniele Faverzani, Domenico Ianaro, Dorina Scandurra, Ed Fetahovic, Emanuela Zini, Emanuele Vincenzi, Emiliano Beltrame, Emiliano Pinnizzotto, Enrica Ridolfi, Enrico Mika Crevatin, Enzo Crispino, Federica Paoletti, Francesca Codogno, Francesca Di Ciaula, Francesca Pompei, Francesco D’Alonzo, Francesco Falciola, Gábor Hegyi-Kovács, Gabriela Griggs, Gabriele Fiolo, Georg Worecki, Gianni Olivetti, Giorgio De Zan, Giovanni Ferioli, Giulia Dari, Giuliana Mariniello, Giuseppe Benincasa, Gloria Galovic, Guido Argenta, Harry Giglio, Henning S. Pettersen, Hieronymus Grabstein, Hubert Michel, Immacolata Giordano, Irina Petrova, Jacek Salaga, Jean Pierre Baud, Jeannette Muller, John Nordell, Katarzyna Urbanek, Konrad Kloch, Laura Malaterra, Laura Pierangeli, Lello Fargione, Lora Gorodetsky, Lorenzo Giaccone, Lorenzo Rondali, Luca Iacono, Luca Paccusse, Luciano Cannella, Luigi Franco Malizia, Maddalena Zotti, Małgorzata Mikołajczyk, Marcello Mariella, Marco Bortoluzzi, Margherita Del Piero, Maria Cristina Cupin, Maria Grazia Castiglione, Maria Kremneva, Marvin Villanueva, Massimiliano Macchia, Massimo Russo, Massimo Tabasso, Matteo Dalle Feste, Matteo Maurizio Mauro, Mattia Pasini, Michael Kofteros, Miloš Nejezchleb, Morena Pinto, Never Edit, Oana Pughineanu, Oscar Masi, Paola Bet, Patricia D. Richards, Patrizio Broggi, Peter Erickson, Philippe Sarfati, Pia Parolin, Pier Luigi Mariotti, Ranu Jain, Renzo Donati, Riccardo Crevatin, Roberta Grubelli, Roberto Malagoli, Scott R. McMaster, Silvia Paulin, Sofia Erto, Stefano Agnello, Stefano Salati, Susa Solero, Susanna De Vido, Swen Bernitz, Tania Barbagli, Teresa Bianchi, Ulysses Aoki, Umberto Cenedese, Ximena Echague, Yana Hryhorenko.