Inauguration of photographic exhibition
presented by Angelo Bertani
with the participation of Atiq Rahimi
In 2002, after twenty years in exile, Atiq Rahimi returned to his native Kabul and, through the lens of an old and very rudimentary camera, undertook a mission intended to re-capture his lost identity. The result of this mission is a story in which his writing goes hand-in-hand with his photography, and his photography is accompanied by his writing. His narrative is interspersed with silences, as in an ancient fable, with both the images and the words suspended as if in mid-air.
The exhibition will be open from 11th March to 21st April,
from Tuesday to Saturday, 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.
Sunday a.m. 10:30-12:30 / p.m. 04:00-07:00
(closed Saturday 31st March and Sunday 1st April)
Art critic and historian Angelo Bertani was born in 1950 in San Vito al Tagliamento, in the province of Pordenone. He graduated in Literature, specializing in history and art, and from 1992 until 2005 curated Hic et Nunc, an annual review dedicated to the recognition of the visual arts over the last few decades. For many years he has collaborated with the Centro Iniziative Culturali (Centre for Cultural Initiatives) in Pordenone, and since 2006 has been coordinator of the modern art exhibitions organized by the “Colonos” Cultural Association. He has designed numerous exhibition activities for public institutions. Between 2008 and 2015, he curated a number of exhibitions dedicated to sculptor and designer Harry Bertoia, and in 2016 the exhibition Elettrodomesticità. Design and innovazione nel Nord-Est da Zanussi a Electrolux (Design and Innovation in North-East Italy, from Zanussi to Electrolux).
Sunday 11 March, 11:00
Pordenone - Piazza XX Settembre, 11