PISTOIA in 2017 was the Italian Capital of Culture and @Igers_Pistoia during the year, through Instagram, has involved citizens and not in the photographic and social storytelling of the city, suggesting a new theme every fifteen days or rather a “photographic challenge”. On over 500 photographs collected, more than 80 have been selected and from tomorrow (27th February) they’ll be on display (until 10th March) in the atrium of the Palazzo Comunale (in Piazza del Duomo, 1). Among these, also some photos shared by the #CCTravellers2017!
BERLIN can be majesty, elegance, history. Or subculture, street art, a big mess. Browse through the gallery by Sofia Erto!
PISTOIA All of you who are passionate about photography but also all of you who are passionate about retro style but also all of you who are simply passionate about beautiful things: if you are curious, come with us into this workshop that smells of wood and makes you see the world upside down! #CCTravellers2017
PISTOIA has an answer and you can find it in the photographs by @hrrbhn, @aguynamedriadh, @loewe7. #CCTravellers2017
PORTO The beauty of this city through the colours of its details, buildings, ceramics, art. Browse through the gallery by Sofia Erto!
PISTOIA, medieval city, conceals a contemporary fervour. Are you curious to discover all the places that create this particular geometric shape on the city map? Then follow us on our urban exploration, in search of independent spaces born to share contemporary art and creativity, in the Italian Capital of Culture 2017! * Text & Map by Ilenia Vecchio | Graphic by Michele Moricci * #CCTravellers2017
MADRID Lines, shadows and colours: some impressions of the Spanish capital city. Browse through the gallery by Sofia Erto!
PALERMO “Why her? Why give her a space? Some people thought I was looking for a space to show my photos but here you won’t see my works. The ambition is much higher. I want to see others grow, I want to discover talents and cultivate them. And so what you will see won’t be my photos but, near the door of my studio, a red neon made by Riccardo Gueci: picchì idda?”
PALERMO Ballarò, Capo, Kalsa, Vucciria. In questo post, per ciascun quartiere trovate una foto, una breve introduzione e qualche curiosità. Più una raccomandazione: esplorateli tutti e quattro, perdetevi per le loro piazze, vie e viuzze. E non dimenticate mai di alzare lo sguardo.