Through a Woman's Lens - Selected Dianalogues in Bologna (Fabrica)

2009-05-25 1

A fine selection of Diana pictures from the female world and Lomography about female perspective.

Lomography and Colette proudly present the “Through a woman’s lens, selected Dianalogues Part 1“. A fine selection of Diana pictures from the female world and Lomography about female perspective. Colette, the notorious Paris-based boutique and world known trend setter, finely selected 10 women to contribute with their image and words to this project. Margherita Cecchini is the only Italian selected for this event, and will contribute with a personal exhibition of 11 pictures. This excellent selection of highly interesting and creative female artists are collected in the book “Through a woman’s lens, selected Dianalogues Part 1“, available for sale on E 35 (Modena) and Fabrica (Bologna) with the special edition of the Diana Colette camera.

Italian version

Lomography e Colette sono orgogliosi di presentare: “Through a woman’s lens, selected dianalogues Part 1“. Una raffinata selezione di fotografie Diana dal mondo femminile e Lomography circa la prospettiva femminile. Colette, la nota boutique parigina conosciuta per definire i trends a livello mondiale, ha selezionato dieci donne per contribuire con la loro immagine e mondo a questo progetto. Margherita Cecchini è l unica italiana selezionata per questo evento e contribuisce con una personale mostra di undici soggetti. Questa eccellente selezione di interessanti e creative artiste sono raccolte nell’omonimo libro “Through a woman’s lens, selected dianalogues Part 1“ disponibile per la vendita nei punti vendita di E 35 (Modena) e Fabrica (Bologna) con la l’edizione speciale e limitata della Diana Colette camera.

Shop: Fabrica
Strada Maggiore 7/e, 40125 Bologna / Italy
Mo-Sa: 10.00 am – 13.00 pm and 16.00 – 20.00 pm

Visit the Diana colette micosite to learn more about this project

written by lisa-lotte on 2009-05-25 #news #event #italy #diana #exhibition #women #modena

One Comment

  1. severin
    severin ·

    nice, good luck!

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