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  • Presentation of the book of photographs by Lina Pallotta “Porpora”

    Presentation of the book of photographs by Lina Pallotta “Porpora” (Edizioni Nero)

  • Bauer – MILANO

    Donata Pizzi presented her photographic collection with a focus on female photographers in a talk with the students.

  • NABA – Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti ROMA

    Donata Pizzi presented her photographic collection with a focus on female photographers in a talk with the students.

  • Donata Pizzi: la fotografia al femminile

    Giornale dell’Arte
    La più importante collezionista di fotografia italiana femminile racconta come si è evoluta la sua raccolta dagli anni ’60 ad oggi.

  • Paris Photo: impossibile vedere tutto

    Giornale dell’Arte
    Il racconto della grande fiera parigina con l’occhio e l’esperienza di una collezionista e fotografa. L’esigua rappresentanza italiana non corrisponde all’importanza e più recentemente alla vivacità della nostra fotografia.

  • RE-ENACTMENT Quaderni Collezione Donata Pizzi

    The first issue of the Quaderni series of the Donata Pizzi Collection is in collaboration with FOTODOK of Utrecht and investigates the practice of re-enactment.

  • Bucharest Photofest – Empowering the Female Gaze

    The online conversation between Donata Pizzi, Steve Bisson and Alessandra Capodacqua will address two themes: how Collezione Donata Pizzi was created and the idea behind the publication Quaderni, published by Penisola Edizioni.

  • Giochi di verità. Rappresentazione, ritratto, documento

    Spotlight on photography and Italian women photographers at Castello Campori with the exhibition Giochi di verità. Rappresentazione, ritratto, documento (Games of Truth. Representation, Portrait, Document) curated by Marcella Manni with works from Collezione Donata Pizzi. The exhibition, conceived and created for the Castello’s premises, includes more than 80 photographs featuring the works by Paola Agosti, Tomaso Binga, Lisetta Carmi, Silvia Camporesi, Libera Mazzoleni, Marinella Senatore, Silvia Rosi, Elisabetta Catalano, Liliana Barchiesi, Betty Bee, Luisa Lambri, and Ottonella Mocellin, among others. Along a time span of more than fifty years (from 1965 to the present), the exhibition traces significant moments in Italian photography by highlighting the conceptual, aesthetic and technological evolutions that have developed in recent decades.

  • Giulia Parlato wins the “Luigi Ghirri” Young Italian Photography Award

    The jury, composed by Tim Clark, Adele Ghirri, Elisa Medde, Cristiano Raimondi and Carlo Sala, declared Giulia Parlato the winner “For constructing a research project that questions and interrogates the role of photography and the museum in historical reconstruction, and our role and responsibility in attributing meanings and degrees of adherence to reality.”

  • Through the female gaze: women and work in Italy since the 1950s

    Italian Cultural Institute in Edinburgh
    8 March – 30 April 2022
    The exhibition looks at how female photographers have explored work, especially female labour, in contemporary Italy, with over 100 selected images from the work of 12 women artists and two collectives, together with important loans from the Collezione Donata Pizzi and a selection of images from UDI (Union of Italian Women) Archive in Bologna A constellation of women from different generations are brought together through their shared use of the medium of photography as a means of personal emancipation
    and political inquiry.