We have learned about Luca Sciacchitano in many ways in recent years: entrepreneur, writer (among other things, his third novel is out soon), a citizen socially engaged in the many battles in defense of the economic revival of Birgi airport and pen pungent towards politicians and local agents; in short, an authentic "passionate" who certainly does not send them to say.
Among his many passions from today we include that photograph, fueled during his many trips as a simple tourist in Italy and abroad, immortalizing with a simple smartphone many natural and landscape beauties, but also palaces and monuments that in a certain way they drew his attention to the great story they express.
Well Luca Sciacchitano wants to share his passion with those who will have the pleasure of going to see him from 1 to 8 August in the atrium of Palazzo Cavarretta in Trapani, where the Trapani artist will have his first photographic exhibition.
But this is not a simple exhibition, where Sciacchitano shares some photographs taken in one of his many trips, but the exhibition has a very specific theme: the journey of Ulysses in the Odyssey before returning to his beloved Ithaca after sailing along the Mediterranean for ten years.
The exhibition consists of an exhibition on thirteen easels, of which twelve reproduce the screen of a modern smartphone, on which the photograph is published which indicates in many places visited the twelve stages in which Ulysses was on the long and adventurous journey back to the homeland Ithaca; in fact, the Pantheon in Rome is on display, where the author was resurrected and immortalized by the dome of the church with its characteristic oculus, from which the sunlight filters.
The oculus is so expertly immortalized by the eye of Polyphemus, the great one-eyed mythological monster that Ulysses encountered in the land of the Cyclops. And then still more photos with a curiosity that we invite you to discover in the thirteenth easel.
The exhibition can be visited from 17 to 20 and opens, as we said, on August 1 and the artist will be present with the signatures of the book "Fatima-almost at the end of the world".
Finally, once the requests have been obtained, the exhibition should move to the Trapani airport for the month of August.