More ride, more run, more show!
As the plaque in the exhibition hall recites, (a rather small room that easily fills people), you can see the photographs taken for a year with the iPhone by Angelo Marino from the window of a train between Cannes and Monte Carlo, where the photographer lives.
Among the shots placed in sequence, on black frames, it seems to observe a lot of polaroids taken at random.
The photographic exhibition, scheduled from 13 May 2018 – 10 June 2018, is not an exhibition of women who are transgressive or of fashion, it is simply the story, captured by the lens of an iphone (welcome technology!), the world that passes under our eyes.
The sense of this, perhaps, is that we are too distracted by social networks or ourselves to notice what is happening around us, and so, the exhibition puts you under a forcefully deeper look at the picture of a dead mouse, the sea seen from the window, the tattoo on the ankle of a girl as she climbs the escalators and an old lady who blissfully blazes the sun with all her skin wrinkles, etc.
In short, if we not pay attention to what happens next to us, thank to God that someone else thinks that then we “show” it in an exhibition!
The exhibition is completely free and, in an afternoon between a coffee and an aperitif in Corso Como (in Milan), you can browse through the numerous shots of this photographer.
An alternative afternoon, why not?