OFFICINE MINGANTI BOLOGNA CINEMA

The exhibition aims to weave a storyline organised into groups of contrasting photographs. William Guerrieri shows the abandonment of an industrial dairy in San Faustino, near Rubiera, in his project Dairy ; photographs by Paola De Pietri depict the traditional process of ceramic production, while large-format images by Carlo Valsecchi reveal industries at the cutting edge of technology. In A Tile, Some Milk, a Machine and Logistics — Photographs of Emilia Romagna at Work , curated by Urs Stahel, works by major photographers reflect on developments in the economy and landscape that have affected the Emilia-Romagna region in recent decades. The film, made by Francesca Zerbetto and Dario Zanasi in and produced by the Cineteca di Bologna and MaxMan Coop with the support of the Emilia-Romagna Regional Authority and the Fondazione del Monte di Bologna e Ravenna, presents a journey through the region’s landscape, where some of the most important directors in Italian and international cinema have set their films. MAST Foundation presents the exhibitions dedicated to work and the landscape in Emilia-Romagna, featuring over images and thirty five books on the environments, situations, and contexts found in the Emilia region. The photographers’ work, along with scenes from the film Il deserto rosso Red Desert, by Michelangelo Antonioni , craft a tale that faithfully represents the economic evolution of Emilia Romagna and the ongoing transformation of the manufacturing industry. Economic development is paired with political debate in the video of Lewis Baltz and in the photographic reporting of Simone Donati , who has documented Italian collective rituals in his work.

Economic development is paired with political debate in the video of Lewis Baltz and in the photographic reporting of Simone Donati , who has documented Italian collective rituals in his work. We begin with the classic portrait of a worker from Bologna taken by Enrico Pasquali , followed by images of equipment and tools produced by the Officine Minganti in the midth century, and abandoned packaging machines photographed by Gabriele Basilico in a Bologna factory while it was being taken down and reconverted. The film, made by Francesca Zerbetto and Dario Zanasi in and produced by the Cineteca di Bologna and MaxMan Coop with the support of the Emilia-Romagna Regional Authority and the Fondazione del Monte di Bologna e Ravenna, presents a journey through the region’s landscape, where some of the most important directors in Italian and international cinema have set their films. In A Tile, Some Milk, a Machine and Logistics — Photographs of Emilia Romagna at Work , curated by Urs Stahel, works by major photographers reflect on developments in the economy and landscape that have affected the Emilia-Romagna region in recent decades. Press area Screen Name. In addition, a display of 35 books on the environments, situations, and contexts of Emilia Romagna , made available by Linea di Confine, completes the exhibition. The photographers’ work, along with scenes from the film Il deserto rosso Red Desert, by Michelangelo Antonioni , craft a tale that faithfully represents the economic evolution of Emilia Romagna and the ongoing transformation of the manufacturing industry. The exhibition also includes videos by Tim Davis and William Guerrieri.

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In A Tile, Some Milk, a Machine and Logistics — Photographs of Emilia Romagna at Workcurated by Urs Stahel, works by major photographers reflect on developments in the economy and landscape mingganti have affected the Emilia-Romagna region in recent decades.

The landscapes of Guido Guidiwhose small-format colour photographs, dense with meaning, are scattered throughout the exhibition like a leitmotiv, narrate the changes that have taken place in the man-made mingantti of Emilia Romagna, along with Olivo Barbieri’s photographs of Cavriago and the queues at the tills ifficine its shopping centres, visually representing the gradual metamorphosis that the town has undergone.

Economic development is paired with political debate in the video of Lewis Baltz and in the photographic reporting of Simone Donatiwho has documented Italian collective rituals in his work.

MAST Foundation presents the exhibitions dedicated to work and the landscape in Emilia-Romagna, featuring over images and thirty five books on the environments, situations, and contexts found in the Emilia region.

The change brought on by increased speed on roadways and new railway lines appears in the photographs of Tim Davis, John GossageWalter Niedermayrand Bas Princen showing the construction of the TAV, the high-speed railway line connecting Turin to Naples; these contrast with the idyllic images of the Po delta by Marco Zanta.

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Press area Screen Name. The exhibition aims to weave a storyline organised into groups of contrasting photographs.

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We begin with the classic portrait of a worker from Bologna taken by Enrico Pasqualifollowed by images of equipment and tools produced by the Officine Minganti in the midth century, and abandoned packaging machines photographed by Gabriele Basilico in a Bologna factory while it was being taken down and reconverted. William Guerrieri shows the abandonment of an industrial dairy in San Faustino, near Rubiera, in his project Dairy ; photographs by Paola De Pietri depict the traditional process of ceramic production, while large-format images by Carlo Valsecchi reveal industries at the cutting edge of technology.

The photographers’ work, along with scenes from the film Il deserto rosso Red Desert, by Michelangelo Antonionicraft a tale that faithfully represents the economic evolution of Emilia Romagna and the ongoing transformation of the manufacturing industry.

In addition, a display of 35 books on the environments, situations, and contexts of Emilia Romagnamade available by Linea di Confine, completes the exhibition. The exhibition also includes videos by Tim Davis and William Guerrieri.

The film, made by Francesca Zerbetto and Dario Zanasi in and produced by the Cineteca di Bologna and MaxMan Coop with the support of the Emilia-Romagna Regional Authority and the Fondazione del Monte di Bologna e Ravenna, presents a journey through the region’s landscape, where some of the most important directors in Italian and international cinema have set their films.