A Personal Distance
In this special talk, award-winning documentary photographer and Sony Artisan Davide Monteleone will speak about his career in documentary photography, his travels, and what inspires him to take thought-provoking pictures. Davide will discuss the ways in which a passion for photography, telling stories, and working as a visual journalist merge, and where he looks to for inspiration.
Speaking from his personal experience, Davide will provide insight into how documentary photography has evolved from the traditional form of reportage to a more elaborate form of narrative both aesthetically and conceptually.
About DAVIDE MONTELEONE
Davide Monteleone is an artist and a visual journalist working on long term independent projects using photography, video, and text. He has devoted himself to the study of social issues, exploring the relation between power and individuals. Known for his specific interest in the post-soviet countries, he published four books on this topic: Dusha, Russian Soul in 2007, La Linea Inesistente, in 2009, Red Thistle in 2012 and Spasibo in 2013. His projects have brought him numerous awards, including several World Press Photo prizes, and grants such as the Aftermath Grant, European Publishers Award and Carmignac Photojournalism Award. He regularly contributes to leading publications all over the world, and his projects have been presented as installations, exhibitions and screenings at festivals and galleries worldwide including the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, Saatchi Gallery in London, MEP in Paris and Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome. He regularly lectures at universities and teaches workshops internationally.
Date Sunday | February 12, 2017
Time 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM