LOCATION: Casa dei Tre Oci, Fondamenta Zitelle 43
Two years after his demise, an intense and touching retrospective of the great venetian photographer Fulvio Roiter on display until 26th of August at Casa dei Tre Oci. 200 photographs, most of them vintage, accopanying from 1948 to 2007 the life and trips of Fulvio Roiter in the most complete monographic exhibition ever realized on the author and the first after his recent demise, on April 18 2016. A tribute and a memory that 'Casa dei Tre Oci' want to dedicate to the photographer which linked the image of Venice to his name, more than others. The exhibition, promoted by Fondazione di Venezia in partnership with Città di Venezia and curated by Denis Curti, has been possible thanks to the wife Lou Embo; the works on display let emerge all the width and the internationality of the work of Fulvio Roiter, putting him between the most relevant photographers of our days. Starting from the origins and the chance that determined the first approaches of Roiter to the photograph, in the middle of the neorealism season, from which he acquired the delicacy of composition, the path narrate the unknown and incredible imaginary which represent Venice and the lagoon, as well as the trips to New Orleans, Belgium, Portugal, Andalucia and Brazil. The set-up is enriched with video projections, spectacular enlargments and about twenty original books which not only give the possibility to see the work of Roiter on paper but shows also the numerous reviews of many authors on his works, such as Andrea Zanzotto, Italo Zannier, Alberto Moravia, Ignazio Roiter, Fulvio Merlak, Gian Antonio Stella, Roberto Mutti, Giorgio Tani, Enzo Biagi. Entrance: 12€ Reduced: 10€ Open everyday exept tuesday from 10am to 7pm.