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From the series Il respiro di Poveglia



40 x 35 cm
15.75 x 14 in







Every picture is a unique piece. The project is composed of the photographic work and the research of the right frame for each image. All the frames are from the last century, they come from antique markets and are unique pieces. IL RESPIRO DI POVEGLIA (POVEGLIA’S BREATH) A small boat moves slowly in the mist. Towards a fate. From Malamocco, where life has found its way, crossing the “Orfano Canal”, towards the island of Poveglia. After all, already from the canal, that fate is absence. Named after the great number of soldiers who lost their lives during the war between the Venetians and the Franks led by Pippin of Italy, it is like an announcement of life leaving places, inhabiting them with memories, images, empty spaces. Where memory, like water, like fog, fills the emptiness.Poveglia was a mental hospital, a military base, a place of political exile, a hospital for the plague. For others it has been a place of pain, because someone suffered on it, to the point of taking their own lives. Or, at least, so it is said. For others it was a business dream, wrecked in expectations. For others it is a haunted island. For you it will be a journey, between history and imagination, between lives passing. Because it was not the purpose of this book to reconstruct the history of the island, deny its legends, confirm its fascinations. That is up to historians. Find out, if it intrigues you, who the voices you are listening to might be. Try to give them a face. Or rather not. And listen to the voices of Poveglia, which ultimately belong to us all. And maybe, in the end, you will discover they are everyone's lives. Because pain and fear, anger and hope are not the exclusive heritage of any place. Except that in some symbolical places, at times, they are relegated. Because the fog makes the outlines uncertain, and it's nice to get lost looking for lives that are not ours. To understand, at last, how much they tell us about ourselves.

"Il respiro di Poveglia", 2018 Le Milieu Edizioni

1975 Este, Padova, Italy

Born in Este, she lives in Verona until 2004 and then moves to Milan and then Padua. In 2000 she graduated in Classical Letters and in 2007 she attended the Master in Photography and Visual Design in Milan. In 2011 she is selected for the Advertising Campaign "Milan is beautiful". She exhibited from 2010 to 2014 at the Belvedere Gallery in Milan. In December 2011 she won the "Portfolio Italia" with "Love Camping-Apologia dello stanziale" with Paola Fiorini.

In February 2012 she exhibited in Milan, Orvieto, Rome and Padua in the collective exhibition "Volontariamente". In 2012 she was a finalist for the Ponchielli prize. In 2015 she goes in Bangladesh for a project with a Parma's Association and Padua's hospital. The project becomes an exhibition, "Princess of Waterland" in Venice, Milan, Florence, Valdagno, Padua, Udine and Verona.

On the occasion of BookCity 2017 she shows her photographic book "Il respiro di Poveglia" which she realizes in collaboration with the journalist Christian Elia. Publishes on Italian and foreign magazines including GEO, D di Repubblica, Sportweek, Emergency, L'Europeo, Focus Storia, Focus, Gioia, Venerdì di Repubblica, Famiglia Cristiana, GQ, Corriere della Sera, La Stampa, Il Giorno, Cartier Art, Telegraph Magazine, Mondadori, Longanesi, Rizzoli.

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Milan, Via Curtatone, 4

Established in 2015 and located in the fashionable Milan’s city center, Expowall Gallery is a fine-art gallery focused on the representation of contemporary Italian photographers who mostly worked on landscape and architectural photography. The aim of Expowall, founded by Pamela Campaner and Alberto Meomartini, is to present and promote the Italian contemp...

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