The Dominique Fiat Gallery presents at Paris Photo, “CHAM, a work in progress, 2010…” a solo exhibition by Paris based Italian photographer Nicola Lo Calzo. Since 2010, Lo Calzo has traversed Atlantic coastal areas to research living memories of the slave trade and colonial slavery. Using documentary images alongside still lifes and more formal portraits, complemented by elaborate captions and in-depth contextual information, Lo Calzo tries to capture a complex and intangible phenomenon, to reveal an alternative mapping of the world, and thus, a counter cartography of the resistance. Combining a longitudinal and multi-layered approach, this ambitious, still on-going project, documents,...
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