Open to high school students (14-19 years old).
The workshop will be held in Italian.
In collaboration with Cantina Vicobarone.
Free of charge.
Info & application email@example.com
The aim of this workshop is to go back to analog photography and, by doing this, to savour once again the wonders of this both technical and artistic process. The students will realise a cardboard photographic camera, with lenses and aperture included. They will then take pictures of the guests of Concorto Film Festival (jury members, actors, directors), develop and treat the negatives with chemical products and put up an exhibition of all the photos in the greenhouse of Parco Raggio, the festival main location.
Massimo Bersani is a photographer with more than 35 years of experience. His works are characterized by a constant experimentation and a personal approach to analog and digital photography.
Among the many awards: “European Gold Awards” (1996 – one of the best Italian portrait photographers), “Nikon International Photo Contest” (1997 – honorable mention), “Pan Horama Finland” (2003 – first prize and Master of Panhoramic Art).
Bersani has held many exhibitions in Italy and worldwide, including Spain, UK, Israel, France. In 2000 Bersani started a collaboration with the city of Nagasaki (Japan) that still lasts today and that produced exhibitions (Ys Gallery and Peace Museum), workshops and a photographic book.
Since 2007 Bersani has organised and promoted workshops and exhibitions in Saint Petersburg, Moscow, Vologda, Togliattigrad and Ufa.
At the moment he is official photo reporter of the “Libertà” newspaper and constantly promotes new approaches to photography through workshops, exhibitions and lectures.
More info at www.massimobersani.it