Exhibit of Castel Sant’Angelo – “The Popes of hope: Art and Religion of seventeenth century in Rome”
The current exhibition of Castel Sant’Angelo is dedicated to the…
Until September 20, 2015 will be exhibited in Rome at the Teatro 1 of Cinecitta 150 stunning photographs of the great American photographer Steve McCurry.
Steve McCurry is the most famous National Geographic photographer, born in Philadelphia (USA) in 1950, began his professional career in the ’80s when with his camera captured unique and
meaningful images of India.
Then, crossing the border of Pakistan, he reached Afghanistan where he was one of the first witnesses of the war that had just broken out.
Just in Afghanistan he snapped one of his most famous photographs, Sharbat Gula, the Afghan girl at Nasir Bagh refugee camp near Peshawar.
The exhibition shows also more than fifty new works never published before.
Visitors will be able to build their own personal journey with no preset to see the exhibition and watch photographs in large format of MicCrurry suspended “in the sky” between networks and
veils with lights that illuminate them.
The exhibition is open daily, except Tuesday, from 9:30am to 7pm and the standard ticket price is Euro 12.00, also sold online on Ticketone.