The exhibition of Gian Paolo Minelli’s photographs and videos at the Museo Civico Villa Dei Cedri in Bellinzona, Switzerland combines three series by the Swiss photographer, who has lived in Argentina for more than a decade. Each series was taken in a different country and socio-cultural context. Beyond their formal coherence, each series shares themes explored in the rest of Minelli’s work: the margins of society, abandoned places (either physically or politically), and groups of people forgotten because they no longer fit in with our model of society.
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