Sguardo di Donna. Da Diane Arbus a Letizia Battaglia
11 September - 08 December
Casa dei Tre Oci, Venice

THROUGH WOMEN’s EYES is a powerful exhibition that speaks about the care lavished on relationships, about our relationship with the other, and about ways of gazing on and observing the world—and where the premise is an innate sense of responsibility. It is also an ambitious project, underlining as it does how over the last few decades photography has opted to become a sort of world conscience, often also depicting that which has been concealed. Italian curator Francesca Alfano Miglietti has chosen  twenty-five authors, twenty-five stories,  twenty-five unique views of the world,  of the other and relationships, selecting about three hundred works by Diane Arbus, Martina Bacigalupo, Yael Bartana, Letizia Battaglia, Margaret Bourke-White, Sophie Calle, Lisetta Carmi, Tacita Dean, Lucinda Devlin, Donna Ferrato, Giorgia Fiorio, Nan Goldin, Roni Horn, Zanele Muholi, Shirin Neshat, Yoko Ono, Catherine Opie, Bettina Rheims, Tracey Rose, Martha Rosler, Chiara Samugheo, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Sam Taylor-Johnson, Donata Wenders, and Yelena Yemchuk. Through their work and images, the photographers deal with the profound themes of human existence, life, love, and the body, highlighting differences, conflicts, suffering, relationships, fears, and transformations. Further information on
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