Evgen Bavcar. The darkness is a space (photography exhibition)

19 January – 25 March 2012
Evgen Bavcar. The darkness is a space

Museo di Roma in Trastevere – Piazza Sant’Egidio 1/b – 00153 Roma
Type: Photography

Evgen Bavcar

Evgen Bavcar - Blind Slovenian photographer

A selection of more than fifty shots of one of the most respected authors in the world of photography: Evgen Bavcar. The images by the blind Slovenian, philosopher and photographer, are evocative visions of space, lights, shapes and smells of childhood, tactile and sensory perceptions of snapshots captured by his daring and poetic inner eye. Evgen Bavcar allows us to “see” from another perspective. A photograph – enriching and unpublished – that goes beyond the traditional one.
Curator: Enrica Viganò

Opening hours:
Tuesday-Sunday from 10.00-20.00; closed on Monday
The ticket office closes one hour before
Entrance Fee
Full price: € 6.50
Reduced: € 5.50
Free for the categories described in the applicable pricing
For residents in the Municipality of Rome (on production of a valid document attesting to residence)
Full price: € 5.50
Reduced: € 4.50
Information
060608 (every day from 9:00 to 21:00)
More information
The exhibition is sponsored by Rome Capital, Department of Cultural Affairs and Historical Center – Superintendence of Cultural Heritage.
The production is organized by Admira in collaboration with Galerie Esther Woerdehoff, Paris.
Organizational support and museum services
Zètema Progetto Cultura.
Sponsor Civic Museum Network
Treasurer banks of Roma Capitale: BNL BNP Paribas, UniCredit, Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena;
Finmeccanica, Il gioco del Lotto, Vodafone
With the technical assistance of La Repubblica, ATAC

 

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