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Rome 1850: the circle of artist-photographers at the Caffc Greco

2004, február 11 @ 00:00 - 2004, április 17 @ 18:00 UTC+0

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Rome 1850

Set up by the Atelier de Restauration et de Conservation de la ville de Paris (ARCP) along with the Photographic Archive of the city of Rome (AFC), this exhibition, begun in Rome, will be host by the Maison Européenne de la Photographie from February 11 to April 18, 2004.
Anne Cartier-Bresson, director of the ARCP and Anita Margiotta, head of the Photographic Archive of the city of Rome share the curatorship of the exhibition, carried out within the framework of the twinning of the City of Rome and the City of Paris.

Set up by the Atelier de Restauration et de Conservation de la ville de Paris (ARCP) along with the Photographic Archive of the city of Rome (AFC), this exhibition, begun in Rome, will be host by the Maison Européenne de la Photographie from February 11 to April 18, 2004.
Anne Cartier-Bresson, director of the ARCP and Anita Margiotta, head of the Photographic Archive of the city of Rome share the curatorship of the exhibition, carried out within the framework of the twinning of the City of Rome and the City of Paris.

Until April 18
Maison Européenne de la Photographie
5, rue de Fourcy, Métro Saint-Paul
Everyday except Monday, Tuesday and public holidays.

Situated near the Spanish Steps and the Villa Medici, the Caffc Greco has always attracted artists who have come to Rome to enjoy its ancient and modern art, eager to discover the city’s picturesque, romantic scenery.

Some French, Italian and English photographers gathered here in the late 1840s, forming one of the first ever photographic circles in Italy. They adapted the negative-positive process developed in England to the Roman climate, and looked at the city in a new way.

The final section of the exhibition is devoted to contemporary photographers who have been influenced by the Caffc Greco group. Two artists, Martin Becka and Alan Greene, have attempted to revive the particular quality of paper negatives by adopting the methods and skills used by the group in the mid-19th century.

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Set up by the Atelier de Restauration et de Conservation de la ville de Paris (ARCP) along with the Photographic Archive of the city of Rome (AFC), this exhibition, begun in Rome, will be host by the Maison Européenne de la Photographie from February 11 to April 18, 2004.
Anne Cartier-Bresson, director of the ARCP and Anita Margiotta, head of the Photographic Archive of the city of Rome share the curatorship of the exhibition, carried out within the framework of the twinning of the City of Rome and the City of Paris.

Around the exhibition:

Lecture:

La Maison Européenne de la Photographie hosts a lecture in presence of Anne Cartier-Bresson and Martin Becka on Wednesday March 10 at 6 in the afternoon.

Free Entrance

Questions and booking at Sophie Kulczewski: 01 44 78 75 08 or skulczewski@mep-fr.org

Catalogue “Roma 1850, il circolo dei pittori fotografi del Caffe Greco” Electa, Rome, issued Decembre 2003 (bilingual)

(available at the MEP Bookshop)

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Kezdés:
2004, február 11 @ 00:00 UTC+0
Vége:
2004, április 17 @ 18:00 UTC+0
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