"What's Remaining" or 27 reportage stories that went on to live beyond the news.

Italian Photographer Alberto Gandolfo's project "What Remains" will be presented as part of the Photo Factory - 27 reportage stories featuring portraits of people who came to the news as victims or relatives of victims affected by mafia, corruption, violence and more . Includes photographs of places and portraits of people who have become part of the Italian media.

 

His project began in 2017 as a photographic investigation, leading to the creation of a photobook with stories to seek justice and what remains after the tragedies, what remains after the news. The exhibition will open on 6 in June at the Co-op Art Space, when the photo album will premiere. 

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Alberto Gandolfo was born in 1983 in Palermo, where he graduated from the local university in 2010. He has specialized in portrait photography and black and white photographic printing technology with several world photographers. In recent years, he has been working on projects centered on introspection through the portraits of the people he shoots, including celebrities and figures from Italian and world cultures.

 

He has solo and group exhibitions in Italy, France and Russia. His works have been exhibited at various venues, including the GAM Gallery of Modern Art, the Teatro Massimo Foundation in Palermo and the prestigious Voies Off International Festival during photography meetings in Arles, France. Since 2016 he has been a co-founder and part of the photo collective "Eglise".

Project What Remains, with curator Benedetta Donato, brings him first place for Best Portfolio at the European Photography Festival - 2018.

 

The exhibition will start on 6's June 2019 from 18: 30 hours and will continue until 7's June 2019, inclusive. 

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