Via! – Street Photography from Hamburg to Palermo
Via! – Street Photography from Hamburg to Palermo

Via! – Street Photography from Hamburg to Palermo

Museo di Roma in Trastevere

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January 30, 2016


April 3, 2016

The photographic exhibition Via! at Museo di Roma in Trastevere is the result of a project initiated in 2014 by the Goethe-Institut. Over the period of a year, ten photographers, five in Germany and five in Italy, photographed their cities in a style that is typical of street photography.

Defined by the works of iconic photographers like Henri Cartier-Bresson, Elliott Erwitt, Robert Frank and Alex Webb, street photography shows a kind of spontaneity that lives of the fleeting moment.

The images on display were taken from Hamburg to Palermo, including Berlin, Naples, Sicily, Treviso, Bologna and many other German and Italian cities. Full of humour and emotion, the photographs show the geographical, social and cultural characteristics of the area in which they were shot.

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