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A history of photography narrated through exhibitions and the theory that has accompanied it has never been carried out yet. It would be very interesting, furthermore, to trace back the different aesthetic schools and communication theories that have pointed out the evolution of the history of photography and its public moments par excellence: exhibitions.Installations manifest values, ideologies, politics and aesthetics.
About the Author
Alessandra Mauro: Journalist, Alessandra Mauro is graduated in Literature and
History. As Curator of Photography she has conceived and
organized several exhibitions, among which: William Klein,
Rome; Mario Giacomelli, Retrospective; Mimmo Jodice, Lost
in seeing, etc., presented in several different venues. As Artisti