The tenth edition of the photographic exhibition "Trapani in Photo" is back, organized by the association I Colori della Vita of Trapani with the patronage of the municipal administration and the Sicilian Region with the collaboration of the UISP body and the municipal council of Trapani associations.
The collective photographic exhibition returns after a break imposed by the coronavirus emergency and the desire to restart is so great, that it was decided to choose Sicily with its colors, its lights and its atmospheres as the theme of the cultural event; in fact, the exhibition, which is recognized by the Italian Federation of Photographic Associations (FIAF), has the title #LucediSicilia with the colors and characteristics of a land that deserves to be visited and immortalized with splendid photos as the artists participating in the exhibition did.
Almost two years of pandemic, however, are not forgotten and that is why on Friday 19 November the exhibition will open with the photographs of Matteo Biatta that have the Coronavirus emergency as a backdrop.
The pandemic has been seen and told in many ways, but photography makes the dimensions of a tragedy even more eloquent.
The venues of the exhibition are the Church of S. Agostino, the San Domenico Monumental Complex and the San Rocco Museum with a full calendar of events that begin, as we said, on Friday 19 November at 5.45 pm with the inauguration of the exhibition, which it will be possible to visit every day until November 28 from 17 to 20.
Also this year, the I Colori della Vita association is organizing the Portfolio 2021 Competition as part of the event, open to all photographers and amateurs, who submit their photographic works to some who are considered among the top national experts; for info on the complete program of the event, consult the website www.icoloridellavitatp.it.
There will also be space dedicated to the presentation of books with the presence this year of the famous actor Gianfranco Jannuzzo who will talk about his book "My people".
The importance of small Italian villages takes on particular importance with an ad hoc meeting dedicated to the town of Poggioreale, a town devastated by the 1968 earthquake and rebuilt in the lower years, but unfortunately its ruined and abandoned historic center remains forgotten. it almost looks like a ghost town.
The photographs of the association┤s members on display will give a better idea of how this village can be better captured and re-evaluated also for tourism purposes. It will therefore be discussed in a special meeting with the presence of Francesco Blanda, Deputy Mayor of Poggioreale.
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