'Unseen' Italy on show in Serbia

Bogdanovic's photos in Kladovo

07 August, 16:04

    (ANSAmed) - BELGRADE, AUGUST 7 - The Italian Institute of Culture in Belgrade, in collaboration with the Centar za Kulturu in Kladovo, eastern Serbia, and the Art'Epok association, has presented a photographic exhibition entitled 'Italy As You Have Never Seen It'.

    The exhibition will be open from August 10 to 30 at the Centar za Kultur.

    The photographer was the architect Nemanja Bogdanovic who, travelling through Italy over the past ten years, took photos on his cellphone of places of interest, his daily life, and many unforgettable moments.

    He visited several hundred places in 18 of the country's 20 regions, travelled along a 30,000-km route, and took several thousand photographs with his cell phone, some of which are included in the exhibition.

    The selection of photographs presents Italy - with its 50 cultural cites and 5 natural ones listed as UNESCO World Heritage - through the eye of a Serbian photographer.

    From Venice to verona, from Lake Garda to Lake Como, from Piedmont to Genoa, passing through Bologna, Florence, Tuscany, and the green heart of Italy - Umbria, Rome, and the Lazio region - all the way to the southern region of Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019, Alberobello, and Sicily.

    Natural beauty, architectural masterpieces, cultural and artistic events, and gastronomy are all included in the photos take by Bogdanovic. (ANSA).

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