Fabio Tasca | Giuseppe Chietera | Facing Scapes
19.03. - 10.04.2021
Facing Scapes is a "four-handed" project that brings together the work of two different photographers: Fabio Tasca and Giuseppe Chietera . The exhibition, curated by Barbara Paltenghi Malacrida, proposes their respective reflections on the theme of landscape and the relationship with space through an installation that sees the works coexisting in a dialogue of vision, albeit relative to geographically distant places. A contiguity of distance that allows an expressive and lucid comparison between the black and white images of Fabio Tasca and the colour images of Giuseppe Chietera. As Vega Tescari writes in the fine critical essay in the catalogue "The photographed spaces look at each other and dialogue, but at a distance, they are not reflected in each other. They delineate a path that is concrete and physical, but also mental and imaginary. Tasca's black and white and Chietera's colour belong to the same geography, largely indefinable: places that it is the gaze that transforms into views or panoramas. The reference to the view(scape) recalled in the title has an interrogative rather than enunciative character. If it were not for the captions that direct one towards a specific place, it would not be possible to say where one is".