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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!
Thanks so much to all of you who joined the vernissage for “The GREEN point of view” at Photobstei last Thursday, 20th of March. It was a deep pleasure to seeing all you there gathering for my first photo exhibition!
In case you missed some details, or you wanna come back with friends and families or you did not manage yet to see my artwork, remember the exhibition is open until the 30th of March everyday 12-9pm except for Monday. I will try to be present between 6-8pm everyday.
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.