Wednesday 7 October 2020 - HUB/ART presents the photographic exhibition "LINEA nelle LINEE" (Line between Lines) by Antonella Bozzini curated by Andréa Romeiro with the technical support of Interface Power and GAG London.

LINEA nelle LINEE is a photographic project born two years ago, ahead of the thirtieth anniversary of the Berlin Wall’s fall, November 9, 1989, and assumes a metaphorical sense related to the transformation of urban and architectural space. The images, taken far from noise and distractions, are organized from the point of view of the change of the urban territory along a border: the “Line” that was once identified by the Wall.

Following an ideal path in the centre of Berlin, starting from the Hauptbahnhof, to the north, and ending at Potsdamer Platz, three kilometres south, the images taken by Antonella Bozzini attest to the works that have involved high value contemporary architects, such as Renzo Piano, Marg und Partner, Foster + Partners, Richter Musikowski, Arata Isozaki, Andrèy Carrera, Rafael Moreno, Hans Kollhoff, Daniel Libeskind and Schultes Frank Architekten.

The photographer Bozzini moves in this way capturing architectural experiences that have designed and transformed the city, without forgetting her own history. An invitation to note and evaluate how the new architectural designs have reasoned in a democratic, innovative and sustainable way, respecting the territory, the environment and economic resources at the service of the community. For her ability to propose herself as a protagonist city of tomorrow, the author herself brings out a Berlin icon of the contemporary urban-architectonic European scene.

The exhibition is part of the 15th edition of the Milano Photo Festival and It is planned to run until 31 January 2021.


MILANO, 07.09-15.11 2020

Scenarios, horizons, challenges. The changing world

The annual review of art photography promoted by AIF – Associazione Italiana Foto & Digital Imaging (Italian Photo & Digital Imaging Association) is back with a program of over 150 photographic exhibitions and other events included in a circuit that involves the entire metropolitan area of Milan and some neighbouring provinces, under the banner of spreading the culture of image.

Antonella Bozzini

Milan, Italy. January 23, 1967. She starts her studies in Photography in 1990 at IED (European Institute for Design) Photography Department in Milan, graduating in 1993. In 1992 she wins the Prize for Journalism “Giovani Artisti Italiani” [Young Italian Artists], organized by the Milan Municipality. In the 1990s she takes part in the Journalist Order, where she plays the role of Photo-Journalist. In order to document socio-politics events, she travels to America, Africa, Europe and to East.

In 1994 Lanfranco Colombo choices her to be part of his private collection named “Fotografi Italiani” [Italian Photographers], preserved at GAMEC, in Bergamo. Among the various prizes, there are Modena per la Fotografia (1995), “Biennale Arti Visive”  – Vigonza – Padua (1998),  Tau Visual Qualità Creativa –  category Author reported – Milan (2009), Basi Arte Contemporanea – Site Specific Installation – Acquedotto di Santa Fiora – Tuscany (2012).

2008 is an important year for Antonella, during which she opens her Photo Studio. She starts a new path for her carrier: Photography research is considered a means of exploration and deepening of different forms of architecture in urban space. She pays particular attention to the use of public space and how the different contexts – from architectural, social, historical to cultural – are integrated.


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Wednesday 7 October 2020, from 18:00 to 21:00

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