28 de enero - 12 de marzo de 2022
Inauguración: 28 de enero, de 18 a 20 horas
Inspired by Wim Wenders' film "Wings of desire" and Peter Handke's poem "Invocation of the World", for three years Iacopo Pasqui (Florence, 1984) visited the polish city of Łódź and wondered its street astonished by the sheer poetry he encountered. As the angels of the film, he kept a diary of each visit but, in his case, a diary made of photographies, as a means to record his encounters and experiences, as a way to share his view on the things, places and people he met.
Based in Perugia (Italy), Iacopo Pasqui’s a photographer whose work explores the relationship between man, nature, territory and social dynamics. More and more focus in his own personal, photographic projects, Pasqui has just launched his second photobook “N” together with Witty Books. The Torino based publisher has been invited to showcase some of their more recent publications.
The selection of photographies as well as the video shown in Porto were produced by and shown at Łódź Fotofestiwal 2021.
Iacopo Pasqui (Florence, 1984) Iacopo Pasqui’s a photographer whose work explores the relationship between man, nature, landscape and social dynamics. Based in Perugia (Italy), he is more and more focus in his own personal, photographic projects. He has just launched his second photobook “N” together with
He has published and collaborated with public and private organisations such as: MiBact, IC-CD, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana G.Treccani, GAI, Einaudi, L'Espresso, magazines and journals such as Frankfurter Allgemeine Quarterly, Zeit Magazine, Volkskrant magazine. He has participated in festivals and art residencies such as "Fotografia Europea" (Reggio Emilia, 2019) winning the prize "Giovane Fotografia Italiana #07", FOTOTEFSTIWAL Lodz (2021) and participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions.
Pasquie collaborates with the Universities of Teramo and Perugia as lecturer on photography for courses in 'Semiotics', 'Photography and Visual Culture' and 'Industrial Design'.