The first leg of “Urban & Human Empathy” exhibition tour will start on Wednesday July 12, 2017 at Dom Literatury in Łódź, Poland. Exhibits will continue this Summer in Budapest, Hungary, and will culminate in October, with a big exhibition in Trieste Airport during Trieste Photo Days 2017 festival.
In Łódź will be displayed photo by Adriano Cascio (IT), Alfonso De Gregorio (IT), Alvise Busetto (IT), Andrea Piotto (IT), Andrea Scirè (IT), Anna Monda (IT), Antonio Busqueta (MX), António Castilho (PT), Christine Miess (AT), Daniela Pasquetti (IT), Daniele Faverzani (IT), Dario Campos Cervera (MX), Federico Berti (IT), Federico Montaldo (IT), Francesco D’Alonzo (IT), Geir Moseid (NO), Georg Worecki (LU), Gianni Olivetti (IT), Greg Bal (US), Hiro Tanaka (JP), Josefine Unterhauser (DE), Josh Bergeron (US), Joshua Sarinana (US), Juan Rodríguez Morales (ES), Lauren Grabelle (US), Lawrence Sumulong (US), Lena Tsibziova (RU), Luciano Roncato (IT), Malwa Grabowska (DK), Manlio De Pasquale (IT), Marcello Ceraulo (IT), Matei Curtasu (DE), Matteo Abbondanza (IT), Max Alvarez (ES), Michael Kofteros (CY), Michał Orliński (PL), Michele Di Donato (IT), Michele Palazzo (US), Nathalie Vigini (CH), Never Edit (DE), Nicola Daddi (IT), Nino Evola (IT), Olah László-Tibor (RO), Peter Assay (HU), Rafal Rafalski (PL), Ranu Jain (AE), Rob Krauss (US), Stan Raucher (US), Stuart Chape (WS), Umberto Lucarelli (IT).
“Urban & Human Empathy” is the first photographic project launched by Exhibit Around, centered on the human presence immersed in the urban context. A theme focused on the City, which offers to the authors great expressive possibilities. Guidelines given to photographers were suggesting images of “lights and shadows, colors and grayness, frenzy and relaxation, history and modernity, opulence and misery. Contrasts that shape people’s lives. The city is surrounding us, influencing us, constraining us. Anyways, at the same time, we melt in it. Key element of “Urban and Human Empathy” is Mankind absorbed into the urban fabric”. The project also involves the creation of a photographic volume.