Sabato 16 Novembre, in occasione del Photo Vogue Festival 2019, un gruppo di talentuosi fotografi avrà la possibilità di mostrare il proprio portfolio ad una serie di esperti del settore! Scopri come partecipare alla portfolio review qui:
Meet the panel of experts that will review your portfolio on the 16th of November at BASE Milano
atBase Milano, a group of talented photographers selected by the Vogue Italia team will have the opportunity to have their portfolio freely reviewed by key industry experts.For your chance to be shortlisted, send by November 3rd an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org accompanied by your portfolio
(a selection of 10/15 images in pdf format), a biography, a contact number and a link to your website. If selected you will need to be in Milan on November 16, 2019.Reviewers:Alessia GlavianoAlessia Glaviano is the Brand Visual Director of Vogue Italia. Besides curating a series of interviews with the Masters of photography for the web-site version of Vogue Italia, which have acquired enormous popularity among the community of people interested in photography and which are also broadcast on the Italian Sky Arte channel, Alessia Glaviano is also responsible for PhotoVogue, an innovative platform on which users can share their own photographs knowing they can rely on the curatorial supervision of professional photo editors. Under Alessia Glaviano’s direction, PhotoVogue has reached over 180.000 users/photographers hailing from all over the world and launched a collaboration with the prestigious international agency Art & Commerce, which represents some of the most esteemed names in fashion photography, including Steven Meisel, Sølve Sundsbø, Paolo Roversi and Patrick Demarchelier. At Condé Nast, Alessia is responsible for the artistic direction of events and exhibitions for Vogue Italia and L’Uomo Vogue. Besides the editorial activity, Alessia teaches the IED’s Master courses in Milan and holds lectures and conferences on a regular basis. Some of the institutes and universities she was invited as guest lecturer include: IED, Bocconi University and the Milan Polytechnic. Alessia Glaviano was invited to participate as jury member in numerous internationally acclaimed photography contests including the World Press Photo and has participated in several portfolio review sessions, including the “New York Times Portfolio Reviews”.
Bruno CeschelBruno Ceschel teaches at the Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London, and at the École Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne (ECAL). He founded Self Publish, Be Happy in 2010, an organization that has curated events in institutions such as Tate Modern (Gran Bretagna), Kunsthal Charlottenborg (Danimarca), MoMA PS1 (USA) and the National Gallery of Victoria (Australia), and has published books of artists like Lucas Blalock, Carmen Winant, Lorenzo Vitturi e Broomberg / Chanarin. Ceschel regularly teaches and collaborates with various organizations interested in contemporary photography. headtopics.com
Chiara Bardelli NoninoChiara Bardelli Nonino graduated in Philosophy with a degree on post-mortem photography. She joined Vogue Italia in 2012 as Photo Editor; Chiara writes articles and coordinates photography projects for Vogue.it and Vogue Italia’s Instagram profile and co-curated, alongside Alessia Glaviano, a series of exhibitions including The Female Gaze for Photo Vogue Festival. In addition, she curated a fashion photography selection for the first edition of Just Another Photo Festival, the second edition of Slideluck Bologna, a selection of Italian photographers for Flash Art and has contributed to the editing of various independent publishing and exhibition projects.
Chiara CapodiciChiara Capodici has been working with photography since 2005, mostly organizing exhibitions and developing photography books. From 2009 to 2016, as part of the 3/3 duo – a research lab on photographic image – she has focused her work on producing and curating photography books as well as organizing exhibitions and running workshops both in Italy and abroad, with a special focus on the publishing sector. In January 2017 she founded Leporello, a bookstore specialized in photographic publications, which gathers graphic design, architecture, illustrations books and essays; it doubles as an exhibition venue and project space focused on books and images with the aim of promoting and spreading a multi-disciplinary and wide approach to visual culture.
Claudio CompostiClaudio Composti was born in Milan in 1973. Raised in the world of art thanks to his father, former associate of the historic Galleria Toselli, following a background in humanistic studies he turned an early vocation into a passion. In 1997, he joined forces with his father and opened Galleria Cà di Frà, working as an assistant to Franco Toselli for 4 years. In 2009 he broke away to open the mc2 gallery in Milan, of which he is Artistic Director and co-founder alongside young collector Vincenzo Maccarone. The gallery is specialized in Italian and international photographers and stands as a point of reference for photography in Italy. He has long been acting as Folio Reviewer for several Italian centres for photography including Phos in Turin and Macula in Pesaro and collaborates with various Italian and international Photo festivals, such as the European Photography Festival in Busto Arsizio, the Photo Lux festival in Lucca and Les Rencontres de La Photographie d’Arles. In 2016, he set up the photography consultation and scouting platform – Periscope Photoscouting. The platform offers private meetings to teach or carry out the editing of photographic projects that are being developed or in their early stages and scouts young talent to bring to the art market whilst offering them the opportunity to be introduced to curators, exhibitions, photo festivals and gallery owners. In addition, the platform offers also a new consultation service run by Veronica Iurich and based around Photo-Projective Sessions, a technique developed by Judy Waiser in the ‘70s whereby photography is deemed to have a projective potential. The choice of an image or of a photographic shot tells a story – ours. In deciphering an image, each one of us imparts a meaning that can be different from the one intended by the photographer who shot that image and it is in that projective process that we discover precious information about ourselves.
© Javier MoyaDiego OrlandoSenior Photoeditor, BURNmagazineDiego Orlando is Senior Photoeditor and responsable of projects for BURNmagazine and @BurnDiary. Beside the online version, he is the photoeditor of the printed magazine as well as books, exhibits and of Emerging Photographer Grant. As indipendent photo editor he has curated several book productions (Tell It Like it Is and (based on a true story) by David Alan Harvey, Sirmione by Paolo Pellegrin, Mono No Aware by Anton Kusters, InstrumentHeadby Michael Weintrob, Mesquite by Mike Loyd Young and the recent catalogs of the exhibits Donne di Picasso by Cristina Vatielli and Kilombo by Maria Daniel Balcazar, Orlando has curated the BURN 02 exhibit during HeadOn Festival in Sidney 2012; ODO Yakuza by Anton Kusters (Genk, Aalts, Roma, Montpellier, Liege, Hong Kong, Barcellona); of BailBond by Clara Vanucci in 2015 (Rome, Florence and Milano-Opera), Tell It Like It Is by David Alan Harvey (Charlostville – VA, Rome for Fotoleggendo), Istinctual by Tamara Dean for Fotoleggendo 2017). Together with Fabio Balan has founded and directed Winephoto International Award. Previosly has collaborated for many years with TPW – Toscana Photographic Workshop where basically started being in touch with everything is doing right now in photography. During 2016 he also worked as photo editor of the Benetton magazine-catalogue Clothes For Humans. The role of BurnMagazine photoeditor gives him the opportunity to be constantly invited at international festivals for talks, seminars, workshop, portfolio reviews. Most recents have been in Doha for Al-Jazeera Media and Training Center, New York, Photo Espana, Voies Off in Arles, Umbria World Fest, Photo Vogue Festival and Fotoleggendo. Having previously studied Forestry, he is still collaborating on projects about daily life, de-growth and third landscape. Diego lives in the countryside between Venice and Treviso. headtopics.com
Emanuela MirabelliBorn in Milan, she has always been intrigued by all that is expressed through the images. After high school she started to write movie reviews for magazines, while studying art history at the University. She worked for Photo magazine and then became the executive director of Carla Sozzani Gallery, the leading photography gallery in Milan. Since 2003, Emanuela is the photo editor of Marie Claire Italy magazine, where she publishes a huge variety of works, from classic reportages to new languages in contemporary photography, as well fine art portfolios and a huge variety of authors, from new talents to internationally acclaimed photographers. Emanuela also writes texts and holds various lectures about photography and she teaches photo editing at Officine Fotografiche. She does portfolio reviews in many festivals and she is a jury member of international photo awards.
Federica ChiocchettiFederica Chiocchetti is a writer, curator, editor and lecturer specialising in photography and literature. Through her platform Photocaptionistshe collaborates with international institutions such as The Photographers’ Gallery, Fotomuseum Winterthur and Foam. Currently she is focusing on her PhD in ‘Photo-Texts: Critical Intersections in History’, at London’s University of Westminster, and transforming her research into a touring exhibition with the support of the Fondation Jan Michalski pour l’écriture et la littérature, where she was writer in residence in 2018. She is also the guest editor of issue 16 of Aperture’s PhotoBook Review, which was launched at Les Rencontres d’Arles in July 2019. She collaborates with Brooklyn-based collector David Solo on activating his photo-poetry books collection. Recent projects include the monographic exhibition ‘Lorenzo Tricoli: The Archive You Deserve’, for Fotografia Europea 2018, thefestival Jaipur Photoin India (2017), the exhibitions ‘Invisible Stratum’ for Tokyo International Photography Festival (2017) and ‘Feminine Masculine’ for the London Art Fair (2016). In 2016 she was included among the ‘16 female curators shaking things up’ by Artnet. In 2015 she was Art Fund Curatorial Fellow of Photographs at the V&A and Nottingham Castle Museum, where she curated a show and symposium on the image-text work of Peter Henry Emerson. Her book Amore e Piombo(Archive of Modern Conflict) won the Kraszna-Krausz 2015 Best Photography Book Award. Her writings have appeared in Foam, The Eyes and Photoworks, among others. Recent contributions include the 10x10 book How We See: Photobooks by Women(2018), The Routledge Companion of Photography and Visual Culture(2018). In 2019 she was writer and curator in residency at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris. She has been on a number of awards juries and given lectures at international institutions, such as London College of Communication, ECAL, Paris College of Art and Image-Text Ithaca (NY), including her recently crafted course ‘History & Theory of Photo-Text Intersections’. She holds an MA in Comparative Literature at the University College of London and a MSc in Publishing and Literature at the University of Milan and Fondazione Mondadori.
Francesca MorosiniShe was born in Pesaro and lives in Milan. In 1992, she moved to NYC where she studied at The International Center of Photography, New York, earning her diploma. She started her professional career working first as a photographer and subsequently as a photo editor for various magazines and digital publications until settling at the Italian edition of Wired, the renowned Condé Nast owned American magazine. Wired Italia is a finalist and winner of “Magazine of the Year” and in various other categories at the SPD (The Society of Publication Designers) Annuals Awards. She has been editing and working at Wired alongside some of the most influential contemporary photographers since the first cover lensed by Albert Watson. Since 2015 she works at GQ and Wired.
Francesca RagazziFrancesca Ragazzi was born in Milan but grew up in Bologna and many other places across Italy. Aged 18, she moved to Paris to study foreign languages and literature at the Sorbonne. Following the end of her university studies, she remained in Paris to start her adventure in the world of fashion, first as a correspondent for Vogue Italia and the other publications belonging to the Condé Nast Italia Group then, thanks to the encounter with Anna Wintour, as a Europe correspondent for Vogue America. The opportunity brought her on international sets alongside some of the most esteemed fashion editors such as Grace Coddington, Tonne Goodman, Camilla Nickerson and many others. Then came another move, this time to New York where she joined the Vogue America team. She worked there for 3 years, assisting Anna Wintour and Virginia Smith, thanks to whom she had the opportunity to ‘train her eye’, learning that to be effective, fashion photography needs not only being aesthetically pleasing but to reach and connect with a wide audience. The love for Italy led her to choose to come back to Milan, where she has been living and working since last June as Fashion Market Director for Vogue Italia, ready to bring her contribution to what she loves to define as “the renaissance of Italian fashion”. headtopics.com
© Isabella De MaddalenaFrancesca SeravalleVenetian, award-winning independent curator majored with a first class degree in Critic of Contemporary Art, she has studied in both Venice and Paris winning a University fellowship at Magnum Photos Paris’ archives. Over the past ten years she has worked as a producer for both exhibitions and books, supporting over sixty photographers including Koudelka and D’Agata. Francesca’s work is linked to the production of a number of projects for Magnum Photos, both in Paris and Milan. Her works as a curator, writer and researcher include Shining in absence book (AMC - Kessels); Mother Nature (RVB - Kessels); Dalston Anatomy by Lorenzo Vitturi book (SPBH) and shows in Europe (Foam Museum in Amsterdam, CNA Luxembourg, The Photographers’ Gallery in London, in Yossi Milo Gallery in New York and at IMA Gallery Tokyo); Alex & Me by James Pfaff book (Montanari) and solo show at the Street Level Photoworks Gallery during the Festival Glasgow International 2018 and the new book Alex & Me – Coda by James Pfaff (Montanari) 2018, The Y by Alba Zari (Witty Kiwi, 2019) and relative exhibitions (MAXXI). Francesca, previously leader of the group of curators and archival researchers at Fabrica of the Benetton Group, she is Tutor for Fashion, Art and Cultural Context BA at Istituto Marangoni (Manchester Metropolitan University) School of Fashion in London; Tutor for the Photobook and SelfPublish BA course at London South Bank University. She supports artists and young creative in discovering their own style and in developing the concept and the layout of their book and exhibition. Her texts and curatorial works are published internationally by RVB, AMC, SPBH, Trolleybooks, Silvana Editrice and Montanari. In 2015 with the “Until Proven Otherwise / On the Evidence of the First Photos”, exhibited at Format Festival, she won the Paul Hill Exposure FORMAT15 Award. The exhibition became an Open Air Museum and an Urban Intervention firstly in Bari in 2015, invited by Planar and than at Puntasecca in 2016 for Gazebook Festival. In November 2016 the project was exhibited with a new installation at the Wroclaw Museum to celebrate the European Capital of Culture. The obsession of the First Time continues in her curatorial practice with the project Everything has its First Time where Francesca digs up many archetypes of our contemporary society and transforms archival materials into conceptual art. Her new works include the exhibition Quantum Pixel at Brighton Festival of Art in 2016, the video Secret Communication, The First Onscreen Woman Orgasm at London Photo Fair 2016, at Venice Film Festival 2016 and at Photo Saint Germain, Paris 2017; Fabrica x Aquagranda at Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa Gallery, Venice 2016; the video Women from Ca’ Pesaro commissioned and projected at Ca’ Pesaro, Museum of Modern Art of Venice, 2017 and at Venice Film Festival 2018. In September 2017 she was invited to do an audio performance for the collective POIUYT at UNSEEN Festival. In November 2018 she co-curated the exhibition representing the Venetian Heritage at SUZHOU DESIGN WEEK. She is actually working on “The Pixel” a pataphysical research in contemporary art about the digital revolution. She currently lives between London and Venice.
Francesco ValtolinaCreative Direction & Graphic Design Co-founder with Kevin Pedron of Dallas, a Creative Direction and Graphic Design studio based in Milan. Dallas works for a diverse range of clients–from individuals to institutions–focusing on Creative Direction, print, identity, exhibition and interactive design across various media. Art director of Mousse Magazine and Publishing since 2008. Founder of Cabinet, a fashion brand coming out in November 2018. Member of Rio Grande. Lecturer of Graphic Design for Contemporary Art at NABA Milan, and Editorial Design at ISIA, Urbino.
© Lorenzo TricoliGiulia ZorziGiulia Zorzi works in the arts since 1991. She started with music, collaborating with Milano Concerti, Ravenna Festival, Festival Aterforum, Teatro La Scala. Since 2002 she is focused mainly on photography. In 2003 she founded Micamera, a photobooks store, exhibition space and cultural hub committed to divulge photographic culture both in Italy and abroad. Zorzi also writes and lectures about photography.
Giuseppe OliverioGiuseppe Oliverio (Bologna, 1985) is an Italian entrepreneur, curator, and filmmaker. In 2011 he moved to Buenos Aires where he started the PHmuseum project and launched its online platform in June 2012. Since then he has created an international network of photographers, curators, and photo editors around the project, and led his team with a special focus on the creative development. The project is now based between London, UK and Bologna, Italy. PHmuseum is well known for its program of grants , which offers £30,000 in cash prizes every year, and allows photographers to exhibit at photography festivals, be featured on international magazines, and enjoy educational opportunities. Giuseppe has been in the jury of international awards like Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward, UPI’s The Fence, and Happiness ONTHEMOVE, and regularly works as portfolio reviewer at international festivals like Unseen, and Visa pour l’Image. He has also written for TIME magazine and L'Uomo Vogue. His first documentary, A Conscious Dream, has been selected to 12 film festivals across Europe, USA and Latin America and awarded best documentary short at 2016 Manchester International Film Festival. His second documentary, A Land, was released in 2017 and also presented at film festivals worldwide. Giuseppe can help you edit your work with a specific focus on online environments and get the most out of online opportunities. He can also support you in expanding your network and invite you to showcase your work on PHmuseum and its social media accounts, where he and his team feature every year the work of more than 400 photographers.
James EstrinJames Estrin is a staff photographer for the New York Times. He is a co- founder of Lens, the Times’s photography blog and has been its co-editor since it launched in 2009. James was hired as a staff photographer 1992 and was part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team in 2001. He writes frequently for the Times. James is also the co-executive producer of the documentary film "Underfire: The Untold Story of Pfc. Tony Vaccaro" which appeared on HBO in November 2016.
Jenny SmetsJenny Smets is an independent curator of photography exhibitions, educator, author and director of photography of the magazine Vrij Nederland, The Netherlands. She works for World Press Photo as a project adviser on trends in contemporary documentary photography. She co-organised the Joop Swart Masterclass of 2019 for World Press Photo.
Jenny studied history of modern and contemporary art at UVA University in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and specialised during her studies in the history of photography.© Manuel MontesanoLaura De MarcoLaura De Marco is the co-founder and co-director of Photography Centre Spazio Labo’ in Bologna (a school, gallery and cultural centre set up in 2010). She is the curator of the exhibitions and the cultural events taking place at Spazio Labo’. She is a professor specialized in project development, editing and book making and is responsible for the educational programme 'Photo Workshop New York' and for the publishing project Labo’ Books. She has an ongoing collaboration with several international photography festivals as portfolio reviewer and jury member. She is member of the artistic direction of Si Fest 2018.
Lucia OrsiLucia Orsi was born in Naples in 1979. Following the studies in philosophy, she studied photography at CFP Bauer in Milan. In 2006, she joined Admira, a studio specialized in designing and organizing photography-related exhibitions and events on an international level. From 2009, she has been in charge of coordinating all the activities and of the publications produced by Admira (www.admiraphotography.com), such as the recent co-edition of “NeoRealismo. The New Image in Italy, 1932-1960” published with DelMonico Books•Prestel. She has organized the exhibitions of such photographers as Edward Burtynsky, Larry Fink, Mario Giacomelli, Lewis Hine, Saul Leiter, Duane Michals, Eugene Smith and Miroslav Tich. Together with Enrica Viganò, founder and director of Admira, she co-curated a retrospective exhibition on Elger Esser for the Patio Herreriano Museum in Valladolid. She collaborates on the editing of independent exhibition projects.
Maddalena ScarzellaMaddalena Scarzella is graduated in architecture from the Faculty of Civil Architecture at Milan Polytechnic. Throughout her training career has always privileged exhibition staging, design and photography. Since January 2015 she is in charge of Galleria Carla Sozzani in Milan. In 2017 she has been part of the jury of the Foam Paul Huf Award, at Foam Fotografiemuseum in Amsterdam. Since 2018 she collaborates as creative director with Edicola, an editorial project. Since September 2019 Maddalena creates, alongside Edicola's team, the collective Take Care Collective, in order to extend the project of collaboration.
Marcella ManniMarcella Manni is the founder and director of Metronom, where she is responsible for research projects on contemporary visual culture through the production of exhibitions, talks and initiatives with a special focus on the artistic production of the younger generations. With Metronom, in 2015 she launched an artist residency project called LIVEstudio while in 2013 she set up Generazione critica, an annual conference focused on art critique and accompanied by an online platform. She collaborates with public and private institutions on visual literacy projects. She has co-curated the books from the series Generazione critica, La fotografia in Italia dal Duemila, Danilo Montanari 2014, La fotografia in Europa dopo le grandi scuole, Danilo Montanari 2015 and Arte, fotografia e tecnica, Danilo Montanari 2016.
Maria Teresa SalvatiFounder and Editor-in-chief at Slideluck EditorialPersonal Branding Consultant and TeacherFounder and editor-in-chief at Slideluck Editorial: online platform for contemporary photography and multimedia. The platform launches biennial open calls and global tours on themes dealing with important social and cultural issues.
Maria Teresa Salvati is a personal branding consultant and teacher. She helps emerging and established photographers and visual artists to identify and define their “Spot of Beauty”, inner voice and personal motivation, and communicate their identity by the most appropriate communication channels.
Based in Bari (Puglia), she teaches at F.Project School of Photography and New Media; at IED Roma and Officine Fotografiche Roma; she’s also guest lecturer at the London College of Communication (LCC) and UWE Bristol; and works as one-to-one consultant with photographers around the world.
Columnist for C41 Magazine, with monthly features dedicated to photographers presented through the filter of their own “Spot of Beauty”.Independent curator. Contributing writer at GUP Magazine.Michael FamighettiMichael Famighetti is Editor of Aperture magazine. After working with Aperture Foundation as Managing Editor of Aperture magazine, he was appointed Editor in 2013 and charged with organizing the redesign and editorial reconceptualization of the magazine, which won ICP’s Infinity Award in 2017 and a National Magazine Award for General Excellence in 2018. His writing has appeared in Frieze, Bookforum, Aperture, among other publications. Famighetti has degrees from Bard College and Columbia University, where he has taught in the core curriculum. He has been a guest reviewer and speaker at many international photography festivals and institutions. His work for Aperture has been covered in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Vice, The Paris Review.com, among other media outlets.
© Martina BacigalupoRenata FerriJournalist, she is currently the chief picture editor of Io Donna, women’s weekly magazine of Il Corriere della Sera. Before, and for many years, she was the director of projects at Contrasto agency.She has been a member of many juries and photographic awards including two editions of World Press Photo. She has edited several photographic books and numerous solo and group exhibitions. She teaches in specialized schools and university courses and follows several authors’ photographic projects on a regular basis.
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