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Guido Guidi
Cinque paesaggi, 1983-1993

30 September 2013

A decade of photographs and a crucial phase in Guido Guidi’s career, with his decision to work with the large format and the beginning of an investigation of the landscape, combined with a continual probing of the way in which we look at it. A selection of 130 photographs that takes us from the region of Cesena, where he was born, first to Venice and the Marghera area and then to the foothills of the Alps in the Veneto, along those provincial roads that have now become the photographic imagery of a lost and gloomy Italy. A progressive emptying of the forms that slowly leads us to pay attention to the simple act of seeing, in which the relationship between the whole and the detail, the significance of what remains outside the frame and the sense of the passing of time, which were to be so characteristic of Guidi’s subsequent production, already emerge in all their force.

Guido Guidi. Cinque paesaggi, 1983-1993
Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo e la Documentazione
A cura di Antonello Frongia e Laura Moro
Roma
20 settembre > 29 novembre 2013

Guido Guidi. Cinque paesaggi, 1983-1993

© Guido Guidi, vicino a Treviso, 1985-86.

Guido Guidi. Cinque paesaggi, 1983-1993

© Guido Guidi, vicino a Cittadella, 1984.

Guido Guidi. Cinque paesaggi, 1983-1993

© Guido Guidi, Via Romea, Km 63.100, Taglio di Po, 1993.

Guido Guidi. Cinque paesaggi, 1983-1993

© Guido Guidi, Via Romea, Km 24.6700, vicino a Borgo Faina, Ravenna 1991.

Guido Guidi. Cinque paesaggi, 1983-1993

© Guido Guidi,

Guido Guidi. Cinque paesaggi, 1983-1993

© Guido Guidi, Via Galileo Ferraris, Porto Marghera, 1989.

Guido Guidi. Cinque paesaggi, 1983-1993

© Guido Guidi, Via delle Industrie, Porto Marghera, 1989.

Guido Guidi. Cinque paesaggi, 1983-1993

© Guido Guidi, SP 10, vicino a Monte Palon, Monte Grappa, 1987.

Guido Guidi. Cinque paesaggi, 1983-1993

© Guido Guidi, Campo Solagna, Monte Grappa, 1988.

 


Fabio Severo

A journalist, he lives in Rome because it’s no longer fashionable, realizes photographic projects for the ZONA association and writes for StudioLinkiesta and L’Ultimo Uomo, among others. He runs a blog on contemporary photography, called Hippolyte Bayard, and has an ill-concealed obsession with tennis.


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