From May 10 to 12, the Italian fashion capital will turn its attention to photography by hosting the MIA Fair. After the success of its second edition, which attracted over 20,000 visitors, this year the fair has brought together 200 exhibitors from across the globe. Sixteen countries are represented. By inviting gallerists to select only the work of a single photographer, the MIA is seeking to give artists’ projects greater visibility. Visitors will see Liu Bolin camouflages in Pompeii, nudes by Marc Lagrange and Giuseppe Mastromatteo, landscapes by Josef Hoflehner and photographic tableaux by Bronek Kozka.
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