Helmut Newton in Venice | ITSLIQUID

Helmut Newton in Venice

Art | May 27, 2016 |

002Image courtesy of Casa dei Tre Oci 

Helmut Newton in Venice

With this exhibition, a project by the Fondazione di Venezia in partnership with Civita TreVenezie, Casa dei Tre Oci confirms its position in the field of art and, above all, of photographic culture with its rooms exclusively devoted to photography.

Helmut Newton presented by Fondazione VeneziaImage courtesy of Casa dei Tre Oci 

From 7 April to 7 August 2016, the exhibition Helmut Newton. Fotografie. White Women/ Sleepless Nights / Big Nudes will present, for the first time in Venice, over 200 images by Helmut Newton, one of the most important and famous photographers of the twentieth century. The show, curated by Matthias Harder and Denis Curti, and organized by Civita Tre Venezie in collaboration with the Helmut Newton Foundation, is the outcome of a project inspired in 2011 by June Newton, the widow of the great photographer. 

Helmut Newton presented by Fondazione VeneziaImage courtesy of Casa dei Tre Oci 

The exhibition collects together images from White Women, Sleepless Nights, and Big Nudes, the first three books by Newton published at the end of the 1970s, books that are today considered legendary and which were the only ones to be edited by Newton himself. When selecting the photos, Newton interspersed a sequence, one next to another, of shots that had been commissioned with those he had made for himself, thus constructing a narrative which was a search for style, for the discovery of elegant gestures underpinned by the existence of a further reality, of something that it is up to the viewer to interpret.

more. treoci.org

 

Are you an artist, architect, designer? Would you like to be featured on ITSLIQUID platform? Send an e-mail to info@itsliquid.com or fill the form below






    RELATED POSTS


    SEEING FOREST: SINGAPORE PAVILION AT…

    Art | May 18, 2024

    As visitors enter Seeing Forest, they step into a mysterious, forested zone that exists both in the imagination and in Singapore. In this in-between space called the secondary forest - a threshold between old-growth or primary forest and developed areas, between urban and wild, invention and reality - artist Robert Zhao Renhui invites us to consider a complex web of human and non-human co-existence. Seeing Forest encourages visitors to explore the ways in which urban design can shape the natural world, and vice versa, resulting in a new ecosystem of migrant species that echoes the histories, trajectories and makeup of a city’s human population. Read more


    MONGOLIAN PAVILION AT THE 60TH…

    Art | May 14, 2024

    The exhibition "Discovering the Present from the Future" by Ochirbold Ayurzana in the Mongolian Pavilion explores the profound levels of Read more


    TREVOR YEUNG: COURTYARD OF ATTACHMENTS,…

    Art | May 12, 2024

    M+, Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture in the West Kowloon Cultural District in Hong Kong, and the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) are pleased to present the exhibition Trevor Yeung: Courtyard of Attachments, Hong Kong in Venice, Collateral Event at the 60th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia. This solo exhibition of brand-new works by Hong Kong based artist Trevor Yeung is curated by Olivia Chow, Assistant Curator, Visual Art, M+, and marks the sixth collaboration between M+ and HKADC at one of the world’s most prestigious platforms for international contemporary art. In his Venice presentation, Trevor Yeung explores sentimentality, desire, and relationships of power through the concept of attachment, which manifests as feelings of connection with objects as well as a longing for someone special. Read more


    NOMADER: SAN MARINO PAVILION AT…

    Art | May 9, 2024

    The Republic of San Marino participates in the 60th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia with the project Nomader by Eddie Martinez, curated by Alison M. Gingeras. On display, a new body of works by the American artist, conceived specifically for La Fucina del Futuro (Calle San Lorenzo 5063B, Castello), the venue of the Pavilion in continuity with the Biennale Architettura 2023. Read more


    Sign up for our Newsletter.

    Enter your email to receive our latest updates!