Fourteen exhibitions, fourteen masterpieces, nothing to criticize, nothing to deplore! The second Bologna Industrial Photography Biennial FOTO/INDUSTRIA 2015 is an absolute and amazing success. Fourteen exhibitions, including three projections: Pierre Gonnord’s poignant images of Asturian miners, Edward Burtynsky’s monumental industrial landscapes and the delight of Kathy Ryan’s beautifully titled Office Romance. There are two perfect retrospectives of Neal Slavin and Winston Link. A revelation: Jason Sangik Noh’s medical photographs, a discovery: the work of the German photographer Hein Gorny and a rediscovery: Léon Gimpel’s images of advertising in the 1930s. There are also Hong Hao’s collages and finally the extraordinary reimagining...
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