02.11.2022 – 30.11.2022
Fabrizio reclaims some of his photos that have been highly publicized to make them take the "reverse path of the photographic process" to make them unique. This exhibition was born of a reflection on the hyper-distribution, hypermediatization and hyper-consumption of images that circulate in the media sphere. The photographer criticizes the evolution of technology that leads to a loss of control of celebrities regarding their image, as well as the difficulty of professional photographers to protect their content that is diffused in a massive way.
You will discover 20 works of the artist that he transforms and modifies in order to reclaim them. These unique pieces are printed with cyanotype tinted with green tea Yerba mate on fine art paper.
The entrance is free and you don't need to reserve.
This exhibition is presented with the support of the SDC Vieux-Montréal as part of the Programme de soutien à l'offre culturelle du Vieux-Montréal.
N.B.: Schedules and more details can be found directly on the company's website.
Photo: Up Close / © Fabrizio Maltese
Espace Rhino + Espace Plateau 315, rue Saint-Paul Ouest Montréal, Québec, H2Y 2A3