A map of Rome and, within it, a new module that constantly repeats itself. A composition of 16 facades. The photographic art print is entitled “Dialoghi Urbani“ (“Urban Dialogues“). On 10 September, 6.30 pm Kaunas Artists’ House and “Kaunas 2022” platform “Modernism for the Future” is pleased to invite you to the opening of Camilla Borghese’s exhibition “Dialoghi Urbani”.
During World War II skilled and refined architects proved themselves by reflecting their ideas of form and space on the small scale of the new dwellings for the Roman bourgeoisie, through the language of modern architecture. A new housing typology arises: the palazzina. Following the path laid down by the Becher spouses, the present work confronts different facades, re-examining them several decades after their construction, and offering a careful portrait of real facts and experienced life.
This event is a part of a series that follow the establishing of the KAH infocentre. The Cultural Information Centre (Infocentre) of KAH is a new platform launched dedicated to the dissemination and coordination of cultural events and art information in Kaunas city. In accordance with the cultural strategy of Kaunas city, the activities of the Infocentre are focused not only on encouraging the city’s residents’ and guests’ involvement and interest in the cultural and creative industries of Kaunas city and region, but also on improving the communication between local cultural professionals, facilitating the exchange of experience and resources.
Camilla Borghese is a photographer of architecture who lives in Rome where she was born in 1977. In 2005 she obtained a master’s degree in conservation of artistic heritage from Ca’ Foscari University in Venice, Italy. Her interest in photography started in early 2000 and turned into a professional activity working in Andrea Jemolo’s studio. In 2007 she started a freelance career. Her arts-based research is closely linked to her passion for architectural photography. She exhibits her artwork in national and international public spaces, galleries and art fairs.
The exhibition runs until 30 September, during KAH opening hours, 11 am – 6 pm Monday to Friday.
This event is presented by “Kaunas 2022” platform “Modernism for the Future”.
More information about the KAH Infocentre: http://kmn.lt/en/infocentre/about/ and at KMN kultūros informacijos centras Facebook group.