3000 Pictures, 10 Golden Rules and 1 Big LomoWall. Plus a special exhibition of 3 lomographers: Roberto Dassoni, Serena Groppelli and Arianna Tagliaferri.
Come and join the opening on 25th of June and the workshop on 17th of July!
Biffi Arte Gallery in Piacenza will not only be the place to be to admire a big blue Lomowall, but also to see the exhibition of 3 local and devoted Lomographers: Roberto Dassoni, Serena Groppelli and Arianna Tagliaferri.
The gallery itself is in a historical 15th Century palace (Palazzo Marazzani Visconti), right in the city centre – the perfect space to host a Lomowall exhibition! And you guessed right, the main color of the thousands of lomographs is blue – totally fitting to summer time when we all love to go out with our lomographic darlings for shooting.
The exhibition will run until 31st of July, another highlight in between is the workshop on 17th of July held by Mattia from Lomography Italy:
After a small lecture you will go out for a shooting session, equiped with a Lomography camera, with the mission to especially follow the 5th Golden Rule “Get Close”. The best pic will win a Diana F+ Hong Meow!
During the whole exhibition we also offer you free loan cameras at our local retailer Monetina in Via Frasi 23/c .
Exhibition at Biffi Arte: 25/06/2010 – 31/07/2010, daily from 7-11pm
Loaner cameras just around the corner at Monetina store
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