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24HOURS of Photography – Spilimbergo

25 June 2022
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The 24Hrs are open to everyone. Interested photographers will be able to participate freely, equipped with their own photographic equipment and independent in their movements.

In case of bad weather we will communicate any postponements on this site and/or on our Facebook page.

Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 June 2022 appointment in Spilimbergo for the fourth and final photographic release as part of the photographic Open Call PixAround FVG 2022, a project dedicated to the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region.

The 24 HOURS of Photography in Spilimbergo is organized with the fundamental collaboration and support of the Municipality of Spilimbergo, of the CRAF – Center for Research and Archiving of Photography and the City Welcome Service of the Municipality of Spilimbergo.
With the precious availability of photographer Vincenzo Labellarte and the support of the E. Battigelli Photographic Club of San Daniele del Friuli.

Two days between history, nature and archives to discover the City of Mosaics, through Photography!

Day 1: Saturday 25th June 2022

SCHEDULE
Photographers are free to explore other glimpses independently and according to their own inspiration!

  • 9:30 am – Meeting at the Pasticceria Strane Delizie in Piazza Borgolucido, 11, near Piazza Duomo
    (we suggest parking your car at the BIC Corte Europa car park or at the Casa dello Studente car park – Piazzale Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino, behind the Duomo)
    NOTE for photographers: until 1 pm there will be the weekly market, an excellent opportunity for some STREET shots!
  • 10:00 am – Appointment at CRAF, Palazzo Tadea in Piazza Castello.
    Anna Bidoli, Councilor for Tourism and Productive Activities, will be present to greet you.
    Alvise Rampini, director of CRAF, will therefore introduce us to the Center born in 1987 thanks to the pioneering experience of The Friulano Group for a New Photography set up in Spilimbergo on December 1, 1955 and joined by Italo Zannier, Gianni and Giuliano Borghesan and Aldo Beltrame, Fulvio Roiter , Toni Del Tin, Carlo Bevilacqua and later Nino Migliori, Luciano Ferri, Gianni Berengo Gardin and Giuseppe Bruno.
    Afterwards, a visit to the first floor, to the air-conditioned archive and to the restoration and digitization section.
    At the CRAF in Palazzo Tadea it will also be possible to visit the Memorie Exposte – Gianni Bozzacchi exhibition curated by Alvise Rampini, created on the occasion of the Days of Light festival.
    Gianni Bozzacchi, Elizabeth Taylor’s personal photographer for over a decade, has immortalized celebrities such as Brigitte Bardot, Raquel Welch, Richard Burton, Steve McQueen, Grace Kelly and the Royal Family of the Principality of Monaco, the Shah of Persia, Picasso and Coco Chanel, Al Pacino, Claudia Cardinale and many others. More info to follow
  • 1:00 pm – Lunch in a restaurant at a special price.
    (confirmation by Thursday 23 June at [email protected] subject to availability of places)
  • 3:00 pm – Free photographic outing to discover Spilimbergo!
  • 6:00 pm / 6:30 pm – Aperitif and dinner with the photographer Vincenzo Labellarte.
    (confirmation by Thursday 23 June at [email protected] subject to availability of places)
    Born in Bari, he studied photography and developing and printing in the darkroom as an autodidact. Graduated in Architecture, he deepens the study of photographic technique and language. Currently he deals with documentary photography and architecture, producing personal research and also collaborating with the MAXXI museum in Rome. Full bio to follow
    Those who like it can stay overnight in Spilimbergo

Day 2: Sunday 26th June 2022

SCHEDULE
Photographers are free to explore other glimpses independently and according to their own inspiration!

  • 9:30 am – Meeting at Corso Roma 76 pastry shop, near Piazza Duomo.
    (we suggest parking your car at the BIC Corte Europa car park or at the Casa dello Studente car park -Piazzale Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino, behind the Duomo)
  • 10:00 am – Departure for the photographic trip with the City Receptionists to explore and photograph the area!
    A walk from tower to tower to discover the valuable medieval cathedral and the main historical buildings and monuments in the streets of the city center, then continuing to the historic borgo Valbruna to admire the beauty of Palazzo di Sopra with its Italian gardens and the suggestive Belvedere. The prestigious Friuli Mosaic School will conclude the visit to the City of Mosaics.
  • 12:45 am / 1:00 pm – Lunch in a restaurant at a special price.
    (confirmation by Thursday 23 June at [email protected] subject to availability of places)
  • 2:30 pm / 3:00 pm – Free photo shooting.

Vincenzo Labellarte

Born in Bari, he began studying photography and developing and printing in the darkroom as an autodidact. Subsequently he moved to Rome where he graduated in Architecture and deepened the study of photographic technique and language. In 2015, on the occasion of the Open House Rome, he took care of the artistic direction of Nothing to See, a multimedia event on the story of the city’s newspaper. In 2016 he coordinated the organization of the collective project “Lìmine – Guida Ai Limiti Di Una Città”, curated by Massimo Siragusa, in which he also participates as a photographer, a project which in 2017 became a book published by Doll’s Eye Reflex Laboratory.
He currently deals with documentary photography and architecture, producing personal research and collaborating with design studios, publishing houses, the Maxxi museum in Rome and other exhibition spaces.
He has published individually in L’Espresso, Int / AR Journal of the Rhode Island School of Design and with collective projects in Fotocult, Panorama, Huffington Post, Internazionale, IL Idee and Lifestyle del Sole 24 Ore.


Suggestions from Exhibit Around APS:

“Attraverso la pietra”, photographic exhibition by Stefano Ciol
Ado Furlan Foundation, Pordenone – Until July 24, 2022
Organized by the Grab Group Upgrading Cultures association, it brings together a large series of shots dedicated by Stefano Ciol to sculptures and reliefs by Giovanni Antonio Pilacorte, a central figure in the Friulian artistic panorama of the Renaissance. The exhibition “Through the stone. Stefano Ciol’s gaze on Pilacorte” collects a large series of shots dedicated by Stefano Ciol to Pilacorte’s sculptures and reliefs, where the stone actors are directed as if they were moving on stage.

“Danilo De Marco – Un tempo in Cina”
Church of San Lorenzo, San Vito al Tagliamento (PN) – Until 4 September 2022
In which China did Danilo De Marco land in 1992? Contemporary historians will be able to tell us about a country on the brink of its great anti-Gattopardessca transformation: change nothing to change everything.
But the author tells us about a worker who sleeps on iron rods, a man who laughs while playing with a skein of thread, two children who show their toys, two peasant women who pull a cart with all their strength you can’t see, of an elderly traveler shaking his fist, of a woman breastfeeding at a tavern table. Danilo, we know him. He is not one who runs away from history, on the contrary. He is an idealist, the utopian of a world without masters. But also devoid of blinding ideologies. And there, Danilo extends a hand, almost shyly, and his hand, we know, is always resting on a camera, and so he offers that, it is his proposal for a relationship, and this offer, naive and transparent, bypasses the language barrier and culture distance.
Exhibition curated by CRAF – Center for Research and Archiving of Photography.

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