October 10, 2022

XIV international month of photography in Moscow ‘PHOTOBIENNALE-2022’

October 10, 2022

XIV international month of photography in Moscow ‘PHOTOBIENNALE-2022’

October 10, 2022

XIV international month of photography in Moscow ‘PHOTOBIENNALE-2022’

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APhotographer: Gabriele Galimberti, Projects “My Private Dinosaur”. “Home Pharma” Curator: Olga Daniele

As part of the ‘Photobiennale-2022’ the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow presents the first exhibition in Russia by Gabriele Galimberti, one of the most famous Italian contemporary photographers, including the series ‘Home Pharma’ and ‘My Private Dinosaur’.

Solo exhibitions by Gabriele Galimberti have been held at the Victoria and Albert Museum (UK), the FOMU Museum (Belgium), the Winterthur Photo Museum (Switzerland), the Taipei Art Museum (Taiwan) and other venues; his work has also been shown at international photo festivals such as the International Photographic Meetings in Arles (France), Festival Images in Vevey (Switzerland), etc.

Gabriele Galimberti was born in 1977 and studied photography at the Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. He worked as a fashion photographer before concentrating on documentary photography. Galimberti has collaborated with La Repubblica, Le Monde, The Sunday Times, Stern, National Geographic, Geo,etc.

In 2021 Gabriele Galimberti won the World Press Photo award in the Portrait category.

The photographer has worked for many years in some cases on numerous projects that are essentially portraiture. Gabriele Galimberti creates studies of his subjects not only by capturing the individual in question, but also by surrounding him with a certain category of his material belongings, according to his own scenario. 

The material world around each of us is like a calling card that reveals our personality no less than the clothes we wear, our facial expressions, movements and words. This objective world also testifies to the culture in which a person grew up and lives, his values, the level of prosperity, and the social mythologies that determine his behaviour.

Shooting his projects in different countries, communicating with a vast number of people, Galimberti makes portraits of specific heroes yet at the same time paints a portrait of our society. He emphasises the differences and contrasts such as which toys adults select for their children in different countries and different strata of society, or which medicines feature in the first-aid kits of people living in mega-cities or huts, but it is these contrasts that show the common factors that unite people: our anxieties and fears, our attempts to secure the future, or the desire to close our eyes and live for today.

The series ‘Home Pharma’, for example, revealing the contents of home first-aid kits, shows a huge gap in the ability of representatives from different countries and different social classes to manage their health. This series also shows the level of anxiety characteristic of different people. Some are ready to endlessly stock up on medicines that often remain unpacked, ‘just in case’, while others say no to pills in principle. There are those that believe in folk medicine and the miraculous properties of plant leaves, and people who simply have no opportunity to purchase medicines.

Gabriele Galimberti worked on the project ‘Home Pharma’ from 2016 to 2020. He shot it in different parts of the world, travelling to dozens of countries: France, Italy, USA, India, Colombia, Costa Rica, Japan, etc. 

Gabriele Galimberti’s series are cleverly, brutally directed, and expertly shot. It is fascinating to look at the details and intricacies of his conceptual photographs. They make us remember that we are all part of human civilisation, compelling us to consider the future of this civilisation, and therefore the future of each human being.

Gabriele Galimberti. From the ‘Home Pharma’ series. 2018. Courtesy of the artist

Gabriele Galimberti. From the ‘My Private Dinosaur’ series. Mandeville, Louisiana, USA. May 25th 2018. Courtesy of the artist

Gabriele Galimberti. From the ‘My Private Dinosaur’ series. Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA. May 27th. 2018. Courtesy of the artist

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Photographer: Gabriele Galimberti, Projects “My Private Dinosaur”. “Home Pharma” Curator: Olga Daniele

As part of the ‘Photobiennale-2022’ the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow presents the first exhibition in Russia by Gabriele Galimberti, one of the most famous Italian contemporary photographers, including the series ‘Home Pharma’ and ‘My Private Dinosaur’.

Solo exhibitions by Gabriele Galimberti have been held at the Victoria and Albert Museum (UK), the FOMU Museum (Belgium), the Winterthur Photo Museum (Switzerland), the Taipei Art Museum (Taiwan) and other venues; his work has also been shown at international photo festivals such as the International Photographic Meetings in Arles (France), Festival Images in Vevey (Switzerland), etc.

Gabriele Galimberti was born in 1977 and studied photography at the Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. He worked as a fashion photographer before concentrating on documentary photography. Galimberti has collaborated with La Repubblica, Le Monde, The Sunday Times, Stern, National Geographic, Geo,etc.

In 2021 Gabriele Galimberti won the World Press Photo award in the Portrait category.

The photographer has worked for many years in some cases on numerous projects that are essentially portraiture. Gabriele Galimberti creates studies of his subjects not only by capturing the individual in question, but also by surrounding him with a certain category of his material belongings, according to his own scenario. 

The material world around each of us is like a calling card that reveals our personality no less than the clothes we wear, our facial expressions, movements and words. This objective world also testifies to the culture in which a person grew up and lives, his values, the level of prosperity, and the social mythologies that determine his behaviour.

Shooting his projects in different countries, communicating with a vast number of people, Galimberti makes portraits of specific heroes yet at the same time paints a portrait of our society. He emphasises the differences and contrasts such as which toys adults select for their children in different countries and different strata of society, or which medicines feature in the first-aid kits of people living in mega-cities or huts, but it is these contrasts that show the common factors that unite people: our anxieties and fears, our attempts to secure the future, or the desire to close our eyes and live for today.

The series ‘Home Pharma’, for example, revealing the contents of home first-aid kits, shows a huge gap in the ability of representatives from different countries and different social classes to manage their health. This series also shows the level of anxiety characteristic of different people. Some are ready to endlessly stock up on medicines that often remain unpacked, ‘just in case’, while others say no to pills in principle. There are those that believe in folk medicine and the miraculous properties of plant leaves, and people who simply have no opportunity to purchase medicines.

Gabriele Galimberti worked on the project ‘Home Pharma’ from 2016 to 2020. He shot it in different parts of the world, travelling to dozens of countries: France, Italy, USA, India, Colombia, Costa Rica, Japan, etc. 

Gabriele Galimberti’s series are cleverly, brutally directed, and expertly shot. It is fascinating to look at the details and intricacies of his conceptual photographs. They make us remember that we are all part of human civilisation, compelling us to consider the future of this civilisation, and therefore the future of each human being.

Photographer: Gabriele Galimberti, Projects “My Private Dinosaur”. “Home Pharma”

As part of the ‘Photobiennale-2022’ the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow presents the first exhibition in Russia by Gabriele Galimberti, one of the most famous Italian contemporary photographers, including the series ‘Home Pharma’ and ‘My Private Dinosaur’.

Solo exhibitions by Gabriele Galimberti have been held at the Victoria and Albert Museum (UK), the FOMU Museum (Belgium), the Winterthur Photo Museum (Switzerland), the Taipei Art Museum (Taiwan) and other venues; his work has also been shown at international photo festivals such as the International Photographic Meetings in Arles (France), Festival Images in Vevey (Switzerland), etc.

Gabriele Galimberti was born in 1977 and studied photography at the Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. He worked as a fashion photographer before concentrating on documentary photography. Galimberti has collaborated with La Repubblica, Le Monde, The Sunday Times, Stern, National Geographic, Geo,etc.

In 2021 Gabriele Galimberti won the World Press Photo award in the Portrait category.

The photographer has worked for many years in some cases on numerous projects that are essentially portraiture. Gabriele Galimberti creates studies of his subjects not only by capturing the individual in question, but also by surrounding him with a certain category of his material belongings, according to his own scenario. 

The material world around each of us is like a calling card that reveals our personality no less than the clothes we wear, our facial expressions, movements and words. This objective world also testifies to the culture in which a person grew up and lives, his values, the level of prosperity, and the social mythologies that determine his behaviour.

Shooting his projects in different countries, communicating with a vast number of people, Galimberti makes portraits of specific heroes yet at the same time paints a portrait of our society. He emphasises the differences and contrasts such as which toys adults select for their children in different countries and different strata of society, or which medicines feature in the first-aid kits of people living in mega-cities or huts, but it is these contrasts that show the common factors that unite people: our anxieties and fears, our attempts to secure the future, or the desire to close our eyes and live for today.

The series ‘Home Pharma’, for example, revealing the contents of home first-aid kits, shows a huge gap in the ability of representatives from different countries and different social classes to manage their health. This series also shows the level of anxiety characteristic of different people. Some are ready to endlessly stock up on medicines that often remain unpacked, ‘just in case’, while others say no to pills in principle. There are those that believe in folk medicine and the miraculous properties of plant leaves, and people who simply have no opportunity to purchase medicines.

Gabriele Galimberti worked on the project ‘Home Pharma’ from 2016 to 2020. He shot it in different parts of the world, travelling to dozens of countries: France, Italy, USA, India, Colombia, Costa Rica, Japan, etc. 

Gabriele Galimberti’s series are cleverly, brutally directed, and expertly shot. It is fascinating to look at the details and intricacies of his conceptual photographs. They make us remember that we are all part of human civilisation, compelling us to consider the future of this civilisation, and therefore the future of each human being.

Gabriele Galimberti. From the ‘Home Pharma’ series. 2018. Courtesy of the artist

Gabriele Galimberti. From the ‘My Private Dinosaur’ series. Mandeville, Louisiana, USA. May 25th 2018. Courtesy of the artist

Gabriele Galimberti. From the ‘My Private Dinosaur’ series. Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA. May 27th. 2018. Courtesy of the artist

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