The exhibition will put on display over 150 photos taken in the 1960s and 70s, including some of her most striking works: from the extraordinary reportage “I travestiti”, a one-of-a-kind project that became a cult book in the 1970s, in an original colour version, to her documentation of the birthing process, as well as photographic works dedicated to the world of employment in Italy and abroad and the portraits of Ezra Pound.
To highlight its working approach, the exhibition is divided into eight sections. Music plays a fundamental role in two of these with modern directional sound technologies making it possible to listen to music by Luigi Nono and Luigi Dallapiccola. The photographer will also describe some of the works on display herself through a series of short videos.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a public program that examines, expands and develops the themes covered in the temporary exhibition. The #INSIDE meetings on Wednesdays at 18:30, free to the general public, will see experts and professionals take part in a series of events to share their reflections and thoughts during the museum’s evening openings.