Federico Annicchiarico / Intime OFFTIME, from July to 23 10 September Art Core Gallery in Rome, San Lorenzo district

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Federico Annicchiarico / Intime OFFTIME, from July to 23 10 September Art Core Gallery in Rome, San Lorenzo district it has been modified: 2013-07-18 di Benedict Flowers

Intime OFFTIME, the first exhibition of Frederick Annicchiarico. Fifteen shots that explore the intimate relationship between subject and object, between man and space, cultured discreet eye of the photographic medium.

Cognitive images, photographs as personal documents of the soul, the essence of the intimate in a time defined by the click. Such is the first exhibition of Federico Annicchiarico by Title Intime Offitime, 15 shots between Brussels, Rome, Genoa, Alberobello, Brindisi investigating the intimate relationship between subject and object, between man and space, caught the eye of discreet photography.

Will be the beautiful spaces of the Art Core Gallery (Via dei Marrucini 1), in the historic district of San Lorenzo in Rome, to host the photographs of Frederick, from July to 23 10 September, in the second edition of the event Crosswise!

The event was conceived and organized by the Fondazione Volume, born with the desire to combine a variety of languages, creating a meeting place and communication between different artistic fields.

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The first exhibition Federico Annicchiarico Intime Offitime opens with his exploration of man and his relationship with reality. To contextualize the elements in their nature, the photographer does not build scenes, does not resort to fiction, but notes the experience. Emerges a very personal reading of the human element and the willingness to use photography as a tangible record of presence.

Shooting crystallizes the moment in time. The photographer becomes the narrator of a story private reality, environments, and temporal dimensions place fully lived.

The images reveal the nuances that his goal has been able to grasp, with all the possible empathy, the extreme sensitivity and formal balance.

The desire to capture life on the basis of an immediate feel physically and mentally pushes Federico working transversely between cinema and photography. These languages ​​come together in his images, revealing the size of the film to which the eyes of the author tends, evident in shots and in the choice of views.

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Sometimes the click does not define the spatial limits of what you take but broadens the boundaries. The interest is in fact stop the movement to narrate the soul of an action.

The fixed image and movement of a sound possible. Cosimo Terlizzi, director and friend of Frederick accepted his invitation to make, during the ribbon-cutting ceremony (July 23, 20 hours, Art Core Gallery, Rome), a work dedicated to his photographic selection. Terlizzi up "panoramic", a series of soundtracks dedicated to each image proposed, just like a sound engineer to direct, with the sole exception of the artist, not present at the time of shooting, it takes a very personal suggestion, creating sound in the otherwise silent frames.

This edition starring the photograph, in a series of events that explores the different facets of contemporary research, from photojournalism and documentary, to the more experimental projects by emerging artists.

To expand on the intentions of the cycle of exhibitions, an author will be invited to reflect on the work of the photographer in the exhibition, through a literary composition that accompany the images, telling her, enlarging the visual space and creating a stimulus to different points of view.

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Opening: 23.07.2013 hours 20: 00
Date: by 24.07.2013 to 10.09.2013
Where: Art Core Gallery in Via dei Marrucini 1 / 1a, Rome.
Entrance: free
Timetables: Closed Monday, Tuesday to Sunday, from the 18,00 02,00

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