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Jan 31st, 2020: a letter from Ken Grant

  January 31st, 2020 Liverpool, UK Ken Grant on British Photography and the Photobook exhibition and pop-up store in the time of BREXIT There was a red sky dawn over Liverpool this morning before it softened to grey and one of those days that might just not get light. The end of January 2020, it’s raining and the UK is pulling away from ties with Europe that have done so much to extend the reach of culture and p
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Fifteen indispensable books (plus 1)

  Fifteen indispensable books (plus 1) Customers often ask us: which books shall I not miss in my collection? How many beautiful photography books are there? Hundreds, thousands, each one with its own history, a distinctive character, each one suited to the personality of the reader. Just like beautiful songs, good novels, good movies, good wines. A note to scoffers and pessimists: there are countless beautiful
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Focus on Japan at Micamera Stelline

Micamera Stelline at the bookshop: Focus on Japan The partnership between  Stelline Foundation and Micamera continues. The synergy between an institutional place of culture such as Fondazione Stelline and an organization for the promotion of art publishing and artistic research such as Micamera, has led to the opening of a bookstore in Milan city centre where people can deepen their knowledge of culture, books, art a
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Michael Kenna: Abruzzo

Michael Kenna| Abruzzo  booksigning and exhibition opening on Wednesday, October 18 at Micamera Prints on view through November 4 Read here the press release and see the images Find Michael Kenna’s books here   Photographs by Sofia Masini    
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Erik Kessels – Che Sbaglio!

On Friday, October 13, 2017 Erik Kessels and Phaidon celebrated the launch of  Che Sbaglio! – Italian edition of Failed It! – at Micamera (press release here) Images by Sofia Masini  
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Benassi interviews Templeton

THREE QUESTIONS TO ED TEMPLETON BY JACOPO BENASSI 1) JB: How do your works begin?  Is there a structure, a project or do you improvise and throw yourself into the work? ET: The structure is very loose. I essentially take a camera whenever I leave the house and so whenever I’m out in the world I’m working. It’s all improvised and whatever unfolds in front of me. Almost all of my work is made in this
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Three questions to Jacopo Benassi

The exhibition by Jacopo Benassi will open on April 20, 2017 at Micamera, in Milan. The title is: THE EYES CAN SEE WHAT THE MOUTH CAN NOT SAY Which is also the title of Benassi’s recent book, released by Berlin-based imprint Peperoni Books. Jacopo Benassi is an Italian author. Info on the author, the exhibition and the book here Micamera asked Raffaele Vertaldi and Francesco M. Cataluccio to choose three images
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3 Italian books

In March 2017 Micamera dedicated three special settings to the promotion of the books by three different Italian authors. in collaboration with Peperoni Books STEFANO CARNELLI – TRANSUMANZA March 1 to 11, 2017 Transumanza follows the seasonal journey of the last walking shepherds in Northern Italy, through a territory very different from the bucolic pastoral landscape (you can see some images and continue readi
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Finding Peace, 2014

Jessica Backhaus – Six Degrees of Freedom

JESSICA BACKHAUS SIX DEGREES OF FREEDOM A GALLERY COLLABORATION: MICAMERA AND ROBERT MORAT (BERLIN) January 21st to February 25th, 2017 Opening with the artist on Friday, January 20th workshop with Jessica Backhaus Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 (special guest: Robert Morat) Aperitif with the gallerist on Sunday, January 22nd at 7pm Six Degrees of Freedom is Jessica Backhaus’ latest series. The title refers to the freedom
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Mark Steinmetz: Angel City West

MARK STEINMETZ ANGEL CITY WEST November 19 – December 17th, 2016 opening on November 18 at 7pm I entered the Yale School of Art straight from college and left after my first semester. I was 21. I was restless, curious about the America that lay beyond New England, and had a strong interest in the movie industry; I also had heard that Garry Winogrand was somewhere in Los Angeles so in the summer of 1983 I headed
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