Salvo and Dodo present 60 selected Lomographic images in large print.
Little Sicilian Lomography association – “Sinenomine”
Opening Event: 24 May, 6 PM
Opening Hours: 10 AM – 1 PM; 3 PM – 6.30 PM
Salvo Veneziano, Italian journalist and photographer, and his brother Dodo will be exhibiting 60 enlarged prints of different techniques and cameras.
Dodo’s images focus a lot on creative printing techniques and tricks, such as burning the negative or using oil paint and preparing printing paper himself. Salvo keeps things more simple, because the cameras he uses are more complex.
The images in the exhibition were all made by Lomographic tools, which will also be on display on-site.
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