Join us at Museo Pino Pascali, Polignano a Mare, to discover the story of Luigi Ghirri's relationship with Puglia, as documented in the new book Puglia. Tra albe e tramonti. A panel comprising Rosalba Branà, Adele Ghirri, Gianni Leone, Aldo Patruno, Arturo Carlo Quintavalle, and Giuseppe Teofilo will discuss Ghirri's luminous photography of the region and its role in forming his celebrated style and vision.
Saturday 19 February
Fondazione Museo Pino Pascali
Via Parco del Lauro 119
Polignano a Mare
'Luigi Ghirri. Tra albe e tramonti. Immagini per la Puglia'
Museo Pino Pascali, 16 October 2021 – 1 May 2022.
Find out more about the exhibtion here.
About Puglia. Tra albe e tramonti
Puglia. Tra albe e tramonti offers a brilliant account of Luigi Ghirri’s relationship with Puglia — a distinctive region at the heel of Italy, which was pivotal in establishing his career and continued to inspire him throughout it. A first visit in 1982 introduced Ghirri to Puglia’s whitewashed streets, luminescent nights, doorways, funfairs, and beaches, as well as a group of friends and collaborators. Over the following decade, he returned to the area almost every year, deepening his understanding of its subtle terrain. These photographs, almost all of which are little-known and previously unpublished, capture the textures and rhythms of daily life, delighting in tactile detail, visual coincidence, and the ebb and flow of time on an intimate scale.
Find out more and order copies here.