SATURDAY 23 TALKS
The talks will be held in the prestigious “Sala delle Baleari”,
the representative room of the Municipality of Pisa which
houses seventeenth-century frescoes of great value for the city
of Pisa. There’ll be three TALKS IN THIS EDITION AND THE
ENTRANCE WILL BE FREE
After the opening ceremony (11:00am) , who will be the unmissable talk? Soon we will reveal who!
Benedetta Falugi ore 15:00
“Benedetta Falugi is an independent photographer who lives in Tuscany. His approach to photography happens almost by chance but the encounter is so engaging that he quickly refines his own recognizable language and style. Benedetta studied photography through various workshops and as self-taught, at the same time she began her own personal research which is aimed above all at 'the places she loves and the people who live there'.". His work (made in analog), has been published in various magazines and photographic books. Award-winning photographer, her photos have been part of several solo and group exhibitions, both in Italy and abroad. From November 2014 to 2017 she was a member of the Street Photography Collective, InQuadra. She is currently a member of the global Street Photography community “Women in Street”. In December 2017 the “Disastro” Art Gallery published “Istinto”, its limited edition monographic photographic book. She now participates in several photo festivals as a guest speaker, part of the judging panel and portfolio reader. . Among his clients: Visa (New York), Nokia (UK), fashion brands Mal Famile and Noodle Park (Italy), Istanbul Özyeğin Üniversitesi (Turkey), Italian publishing house “Rubbettino”, Salter House (USA).
Matt Stuart ore 17:00
Is a British street photographer. He was a member of the In-Public street photography collective. Stuart also works as an advertising photographer. His books of street photography include All That Life Can Afford (2016) and Into the Fire (2020). His work has also been exhibited in solo exhibitions in Britain and the USA. Of note, his work also appeared in group exhibitions at the Museum of London (which acquired his work for its permanent collection), the Museum of the City of New York, France, Bangkok and Stockholm