It is the thirteenth exhibition held in the ex-kindergarten of Bruzella, home of the Rolla Foundation. The photographs are from the private collection of Rosella and Philip Rolla.
The exhibition, consisting of twenty-six photographs, is inspired by the writings of John Szarkowski, particularly from his book The Photographer’s Eye.
The selected photographers represent fragments of reality in a not purely descriptive way, giving the inanimate subjects a new vision, anything but banal.
The exhibited authors are: Harry Callahan, Hans Finsler, Arvid Gutschow, Ruth Hallensleben, Charles Harry Jones, Peter Keetman, Hannes Meyer, Irving Penn, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Luciano Rigolini, Thomas Ruff, Aaron Siskind, Franco Vimercati.