16 November 2017
When we talk about art we never forget to mention the greatest artists in history and their artwork like Michelangelo Buonarotti and his The Creation of Adam, Universal Genius Leonardo Da Vinci and his Mona Lisa, Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet.
The legacy of these artists is still alive with the modern artists and their modern art. And one of them is the fusion of both Italian and French cultures, the Italian born Paris based artist Paolo Roversi, rose to become the most acclaimed photographer is famous for his unique technique of subtraction than addition, Paolo believes in removing the masks away and capture what's left as he considers it as the purest form.
Paolo has been living and working in Paris for past 35 years and he announced that he is going to organize his debut exhibition at Milan's Palazzo Reale starting from November 16. The "stories" will be inaugurated in co-occurrence with the opening of the Photo Vogue Festival 2017. According to the artist, he decided to exhibit 9 different stories in 9 different rooms. The nine different stories will channelize nine different themes selected with Alessia Glaviano the curator of the exhibition.
Paolo is going to exhibit his extremely private, his personal experiments like portraits, nudes, fashion images and a whole room dedicated to Rihanna's unpublished photos. The photographer will be featuring various points of his career. Those who cannot make their presence at the exhibition have no need worry as Paolo has collaborated with Publishing Company Skira on a book that will collect all the images from the exhibition.