In Situ: Traces of Morandi, by American photographer Catherine Wagner, is the culmination of a two-year residency in Bologna, Italy where the photographer had the rare opportunity to work in the studio of painter Giorgio Morandi. Wagner was able to study Morandi’s process and his still lifes while working in situ at his studio and constructed installations with the objects...
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