From June 19 until July 26, the Pastificio Cerere Foundation will host a solo exhibition by the photographer Stefano Graziani. Curated by Alessandro Dandini de Sylva, the exhibition presents a brand new project centered on the meaning of representation and on the very action of the see.
In Conversazioni notturne / Late night conversations, every photograph is an encounter. Unlike in the everyday observation reality, Stefano Graziani’s compositions allow us to see only one subject at a time. Eliminating any spatial or temporal markers, and constituting a kind of taxonomy, his images individuate a series of elements that articulate a process of knowledge and interpretation of the world.
This is the first in the series of exhibitions presented by Alessandro Dandini de Sylva in his role as the 2013 curator-in-residence at the Pastificio Cerere Foundation. The series works in line with this year’s programming, which has given particular attention to the photographic medium.