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An elusive presence. Many of the bronze and granite statues in the streets and parks of Zurich have populated the city for almost a century. The artworks of local and foreign artists rightfully acquired the honorary citizenship. Whether women in skimpy clothes or young nude boys, everyday human being is elevated to symbolic heights. A photographic exhibition that invites not only to look at but also to look inward.
Find more at the official Photobastei website (auf Deutsch), on the website of Centro Italiano di Cultura in Zurigo (in italiano) or download the flyer in English.
Contact me through firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or for setting up a guided visit to the exhibition. Pass by and discover an elusive side of Zürich you might have missed!
Dear ARTBorghi followers, I am delighted to give the Artist Talk about The GREEN point of view, my photo-exhibition at Photobastei. WHEN: on Wednesday the 2nd of April 2014 @ 18:00 – WHERE: at the 6th floor of Bärengasse 29 Zürich. Here is the link with the coordinates for the Artist Talk: http://www.photobastei.ch/event/54/artist-talk-lorenzo-borghi.html
I will introduce you to near-infrared light, the way of composing infrared photography and green ways of communications. What happens to people and trees and landscapes when pictures are shot in near-infrared photography … and why?
To know it, just pass by next Wednesday 2nd of April at 18:00 at the 6th floor of Bärengasse 29, 8001 Zürich. The talk will be in English! Looking forward to seeing you there!
My exhibition The GREEN point of view is exceptionally prolonged until the 5th of April 2014!
How to run your first photo exhibition: do’s and don’ts at “The green point of view”, Photobastei Zurich
Do’s: make it instantly clear that you are the author / reseller
Don’ts: talking in the 3rd person or majestic plural …
Do’s: let them notice details / interpretations otherwise missed with a rapid view
Don’ts: allowing no break between first and second half of your explanation
Do’s: let them approach your art independently after your exhaustive introductory lesson.
Before too many homeworks are “given”, pass by at Photobastei. “The green point of view” is still open until Sunday the 30th included.
We packed every framed picture for my exhibition “The green point of view” with tender loving care. Now that we reached the exhibition hall it is time to unpack all of them 12… patience is a virtue.
When professional packaging doesn’t suffice, remember that towels become very useful. As they say: never leave your towel home!
It looks like this was my job since ever, doesn’t it? But … things are not as they seem. This is the only publishable hammering picture of the day.
Almost done …
… and that’s it! The green point is view is ready! Waiting for you at 18:00 of this Thursday 20th of March in Bärengasse 29, Zurich! In case you do not manage it, the exhibition will stay open until the 30th of March.
ARTBorghi goes real with the photo exhibition “The GREEN point of view”, Zurich downtown, 20th-30th March 2014
Dear ARTBorghi readers, it is my great pleasure to announce Lorenzo Borghi first photo exhibition: “The GREEN point of view”.
When: from 20th to 30th of March 2014, open Tuesday-Sunday 12-21 h.
Where: Photobastei space, 6th floor, Bärengasse 29, 8001 Zürich, Switzerland.
What: ARTBorghi’s exhibition will consist of 12 of his best infra-red works.
Click HERE or scan the QR code below to know more about the artwork.
Click to print the flyer below with directions how to reach the exhibition.
How to reach ARTBorghi exhibition by plane: once landed at Zurich Airport, take tram number 10 and reach Zurich Main Station, take Tram 13 towards Albisgütli or Tram 7 towards Wollishofen ans step out in Paradeplatz, have a 5 min walk to Bärengasse 29.
By train: once arrived at Zurich Main Station, take Tram 13 towards Albisgütli or Tram 7 towards Wollishofen ans step out in Paradeplatz, have a 5 min walk to Bärengasse 29.
By Zurich public service: reach Paradeplatz either by tram or bus, have a 5 min walk to Bärengasse 29.
Waiting forward to seeing you there!