Saturday, September 5, from 6 p.m., at IAGA International Art Gallery Angels, opens to the public the solo exhibition:

Nicola Vinci. The story of the things.

The exhibition, dedicated to one of the most lyrical and narrative Italian photographers, internationally known and followed by more careful criticism, presents a selection of photographs of the highest quality.
On display are the cycle of Storie (Stories), realized in 2013 and composed of ten environments of deep and disturbing poem, where two children are questioning the observer, asking in a gentle way the mystery of life, the feelings of the beginning and of the end of things. Questions that only children could make, with rooms full of suspended time, between objects that tell a story intimate and elusive, yet known to all: that the life of every day, full of spirituality and poetry.
Each photo is made with true Giclèe print and mounted on dibond; another cycle on display is entitled Il Nodo (The Knot): the photographs are arranged in a composition of several pieces, to form landscapes as fragments of glances and places, once again intended to question the public on the significance of time and space through the vision of environments, the streets, the skies and details that we look and life every day.
The exhibition, curated by Ilaria Bignotti and Walter Bonomi, is therefore an important event for the international critics and collectors, confirming the will of IAGA to be lively cultural platform whose main objective is to develop and promote dialogue between the Italian and Eastern European contemporary art, thanks to the participation in art fairs, festivals and events of international contemporary art, looking at a possible future where cultural exchange and international dialogue is really the foundation upon which to build a long-term art projects.
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalog dedicated to the exhibition, with photos containing the site-specific installations made by artist, that it will be presented after the opening, with installation views and site-specific photographs.