Il Barocco in Italia: a visual journey through faith and art

IL BAROCCO IN ITALIA – a visual journey through faith and art. Exhibition in Dublin (Ireland) 6-22 novembre 2013.
“This exhibition aims to be a tribute to the Italian Baroque and proposes artistic and architectural masterpieces produced during one of the most important, controversial and misunderstood periods of Italian and European art history.” (text by Elisabetta Tonazzi). This event became possible with the support of Imagitaly, an Italian Image Bank. We are contributors of Imagitaly in the areas of Apulia and Basilicata. We specialise in architecture and repro photography for publishing and exhibitions. We work on assignement on the whole italian territory.

Imagitaly is an Italian images bank created by a collective of Italian professional photographers.
Imagitaly encompasses Italian Art, Architecture, Landscapes, Food and Lifestyle. Each Italian region is fully portrayed by professional photos about regional art and history, architecture, local folklore, design, fashion, food, local products and much more. Imagitaly provides easy access to high quality, professional images capable to genuinely represent Italy and the ‘Italian style’ beyond stereotypes (www.imagitaly.com)

Barocco: viaggio per immagini. A Dublino si inaugura il giorno 6 novembre una mostra fotografica resa possibile dal supporto dell’Archivio Fotografico Imagitaly di cui noi siamo referenti per Puglia e Basilicata. La mostra è ospitata dall’Istituto Italiano di cultura di Dublino, diretto da Angela Tangianu. Lavoriamo da anni nel settore dei beni culturali ed in particolare realizziamo campagne fotografiche per l’editoria. La foto di architettura richiede una particolare attenzione al controllo della luce ambiente, perchè ovviamente è molto difficile intervenire con illuminazione aggiuntiva, sia per motivi di costo sia per non interferire con l’intenzione del progettista.

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Credits

Angela Tangianu, Director Italian Institute of Culture
Simon Lincoln, Exhibitions Officer, Irish Architectural Archive
Coordinators
Prof. Domenica Pasculli Ferrara, Dipartimento di Lettere
Lingue Arti Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro
Curator
Elisabetta Tonazzi, RIBA Conservation Architect
URS Infrastructure & Environment Ltd
Introduction
Prof. Domenica Pasculli Ferrara is Professor of History
of Modern Art, ‘Comparative History of the Art of
European countries’ at the Faculty of Foreign
Languages and Literatures (Department of Humanities
Language Arts),  University of Bari “Aldo Moro”.

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