A breath of fresh air in the modern and contemporary art scene of Italy, in Venice during the Biennale and continuing until January 9, 2011.


Forty large scale, mostly black and white, photographs shot over 20 years by Luca Campigotto (Venezia, 1962), take the viewer on a trip through nature and photography, with historic and cinematic references. The intensity of light and landscape reign in these representations of memory and space, searching for the soul of the land itself, of a world doomed to disappear.


CampigottoPasubio Italia-1995


My Wild Places is at Palazzo Fortuny, San Marco 3780, Campo San Beneto, Venezia

Images used by permission Musei Civici Venezia / Courtesy Bugno Art Gallery

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