F4, UN’IDEA DI FOTOGRAFIA opening, May 18th
The IX edition of the Festival focuses on the environmental catastrophe showing work by Olivo Barbieri, Andrea Botto, Silvia Camporesi, Marina Caneve, Filippo Romano and Mimi Enna.
F4, UN’IDEA DI FOTOGRAFIA
Curated by Carlo Sala
19 May – 30 June 2019
The 9th edition of the Festival focuses on the environmental crisis.
Paesaggi inquieti / Olivo Barbieri, Andrea Botto e Silvia Camporesi
Oltre Vaia / Filippo Romano
Are They Rocks or Clouds? / Marina Caneve
To get some air / Mimì Enna
Atlante del Master / Photobook
03.05.2019 – 30.06.2019
LOOKING ON, MAR Museo d’Arte della città di Ravenna
SGUARDI E PROSPETTIVE SULLA NUOVA FOTOGRAFIA ITALIANA
LOOKING ON means to stand by and watch. Looking is fundamental for the one who takes the photo and for the one who appreciates the photography.
The new project LOOKING ON was born right for this reason, with a double invitation: the first is addressed to some professional figures coming from different branches of photography (Chiara Bardelli Nonino, Federica Chiocchetti, Silvia Loddo, Elisa Medde, Giulia Ticozzi and Giulia Zorzi); the second is right from these artists addressed to emerging Italian artists.
The occasion will be a workshop-exhibition that tells looks and perspectives of the emerging Italian photography.
La Triennale di Milano
Curated by Alberto Ferlenga and Nina Bassoli
Opening 29.11.2018 19h00
30.11.2018 – 10.02.2019
I’m extremely excited and thankful to announce that I was awarded the Giovane Fotografia Italiana Prize at FOTOGRAFIA EUROPEA – Reggio Emilia. The jury composed of Walter Guadagnini (artistic director of the festival), Federica Chiocchetti (The Photocaptionist) and Stefania Scarpini (project manager Peep-Hole Milan and editor at Humboldt Books) selected “Are they Rocks or Clouds?” for the first edition of this award.
The project will be on show till the 17th of June at Spazio U30Cinque – FOTOGRAFIA EUROPEA – Reggio Emilia.
On residency at Docking Station (Amsterdam) developing my project Bridges are Beautiful.
‘Are they Rocks or Clodus?’ is nominated together other six projects (and among 136 candidatures) for ACTIVISM – Giovane Fotografia Italiana #06. The jury was composed by Daniele De Luigi, Carine Dolek and Shoair Mavlian. The project will be on show during FOTOGRAFIA EUROPEA – Reggio Emilia 2018 edition | REVOLUTIONS. Upheavals, Changes, Utopias.
‘Are they rocks or clouds?’ is shortlisted for the Unseen Dummy Award 2017
KABK brings ‘The Ink, the Milk, the Blood’ to Melkweg Expo.
20 may t/m 18 june
Melkweg Expo, Amsterdam
LAND/SLIDE 18 // Marina Caneve
Interview curated by Giovanni Fantasia for Concretamente Sassuolo (only in italian)
The Walking Mountain.
An investigation into the Vajont catastrophe of 1963 in which almost 2000 people died due to a dam flooding.
Self Publish CALAMITA/À
BOOK DESIGN: – SYB –
29/10/2016 Matètria Gallery, Rome
31/10/2016 Landscape Stories, Palazzo del Podestà, Treviso
12/11/2016 Polycopies, Port de Solferino, Paris
19/12/2016 PhotoQ, Amsterdam
14/01/2017 Libreria Zabarella, Padua
info at: CALAMITA/À
Libro a cura di Osservatorio fotografico
Grafica: Emilio Macchia
Fotografi: Nicola Baldazzi, Davide Baldrati, Marina Caneve, Francesca Gardini, Richard Max Gavrich, Massao Mascaro, Domingo Milella, Mattia Parodi, Xiaoxiao Xu.
Testi di: Yari Bernasconi, Luigi Filippelli, Maddalena Lotter, Franca Mancinelli, Jacopo Narros, Bernardo Pacini, Jacopo Ramonda, Damiano Sinfonico, Orso Jacopo Tosco.
30 years ago, in 1986, was published Traversate del Deserto, a project that involved the photographers Luigi Ghirri, Guido Guidi, Olivo Barbieri, Vittore Fossati, Kinold and the writers Jean Baudrillard, Max Frisch, Giorgio Agamben, Gerald Bisinger and Gianni Celati.
Now Giovanni Zaffagnini and Osservatorio fotografico invited 9 photographers and 9 writers to express their opinion about the environmental and cultural desertification.
Exhibition curated by Giovanni Zaffagnini
San Rocco Museum, Fusignano (Ra), Via Monti 5
3 September – 06 November 2016
Book curated by Osservatorio fotografico
Graphic design Emilio Macchia
Photographers: Nicola Baldazzi, Davide Baldrati, Marina Caneve, Francesca Gardini, Richard Max Gavrich, Massao Mascaro, Domingo Milella, Mattia Parodi, Xiaoxiao Xu.
Writers: Yari Bernasconi, Luigi Filippelli, Maddalena Lotter, Franca Mancinelli, Jacopo Narros, Bernardo Pacini, Jacopo Ramonda, Damiano Sinfonico, Orso Jacopo Tosco.
UP!margheraonstage, Padiglione Venezia, 15° Architecture Biennale, La Biennale di Venezia
#margheraonstage #padiglionevenezia2016 #BiennaleArchitettura2016 @la_Biennale
Saturday november 28th will open the Francesco Fabbri for Contemporary Arts prize exhibition. ‘Senza Freni’ will be exhibited in the finalists exhibition.
I have got the 1st Place at Rovinj Photodays – Artistic Concept with my project Latvia, Collaborating with the so called Real Wolrd.
See you in Rovinj for the exhibition next may!
Among 187 projects send from all around the world, the 5 members of the jury deliberated on the 9th of February to select five winners, who will exhibit their work this Summer in Rossinière!
…and we are in!
Calamita/à, curated by Marina Caneve and Gianpaolo, is in the 5 recipients of Alt.+1000.
‘Untitled, 2014 from Family Album’ is included in the group show 41 New Cats in Art Photography by Humble Arts Foundation curated by Jon Feinstein.
RICICLI. Teorie da concetti nomadi e di ritorno
curated by Sara Marini and Vincenza Santangelo
texts by Aldo Aymonino, Renato Bocchi, Marina Caneve, Giovanni Corbellini, Nicola Emery, Enrico Fontanari, Antonella Gallo, Valerio Paolo Mosco, Manuel Ruisánchez and Maria Isabel Villac.
Aracne editore, 2014
Marina Caneve: 1 kilometro senza confini (pag. 92-107)
Scuole di Venezia: la fotografia / giornata di studi
Università IUAV di Venezia
CALAMITA/À | Investigations and researches on the Vajont territories
at Padova Fotografia Festival
the exhibition is curated by Gianpaolo Arena and Marina Caneve
Photographers: Gianpaolo Arena // Andrea Botto // Sergio Camplone // Marina Caneve // Alfonso Chianese // Allegra Martin // Maurizio Montagna // Gabriele Rossi // WOM – Texts: Maria Grazia Calandrone // Giovanna Frene // Laura Pugno // Luigia Sorrentino – Critic text: Giorgio Pradella – Illustration: Julia Geiser // Riccardo Guasco – Contemporary art: Gabriele Grones – Urbanism: Latitude Platform
Conference and Inauguration of the exhibition Investigazioni private, curated by Carlo Sala, projects developed during the artist residency curated by Francesco Jodice.
Fondazione Francesco Fabbri
I’ve been selected for the exibithion Collettiva Giovani Artisti, Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa (selected artist), curated by Stefano Coletto, Venice
The exibithion will thake place from 14.10.13 to 09.01.14 at the Fondazione Bevliacqua la Masa Gallery, located in Piazza San Marco, Venice.
I will present a first selection of my project Guardiane.
official presentation of CALAMITA/À project | Investigation and researches on the Vajont Territories
at LAB – Laboratorio di fotografia di architettura e paesaggio
workshop on AdriatiCoasToCoast project.
at Landscape Stories
Photography workshop about mobility in contemporary Venice.