29 April 2022 / 29 July 2022
The Guido Berlucchi winery in Corte Franca, a "museum" generally used to host other excellences of the Brescia production, hosts the exhibition I ritratti della Dolcevita that presents 40 images of the protagonists of that period, able to document a way of interpreting the photography that marked an era.
The exhibition will be open to all those who buy one of the packages visit the website of the winery Guido Berlucchi in Corte Franca booking it from 29 April to 29 July.
From May 10, the photo exhibition will be open to the public free of charge on Tuesday and Friday from 10.00 to 12.00.
Curated by Renato Corsini and Carolina Zani
The shots of authors such as Tazio Secchiaroli, Giuseppe Palmas and those who were part of the Dufoto agency, with their night chases and stalking in the places of worldliness, return the atmosphere of the Rome of Cinecittà.
From the happy Fellini intuition that made him a protagonist of his own film production, the figure of the “paparazzo” became, in the 60s, an authentic current destined to enter the history of world photography as an exclusively Italian phenomenon.
In contrast to the way of representing the overseas divism that proposed a glossy and celebratory style, the “paparacism” instead sought the curious and scandalistic image, looking for the scoop to be fed to the press.