Photology was established in 1992 being the first gallery in Italy specialized in photographic arts with more than 350 exhibitions organized worldwide.

3D exhibitions

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    Fellini At Work

    02 Sep 2020 – 30 Nov 2020

    FELLINISECCHIAROLI (ONE WORD) Between 1950 and 1970 the international film industry experienced one of its most glorious periods in Italy. A group of producers, directors, screenwriters, actors and scenographers, initiated (perhaps for the first time) the term “made in Italy”. Italian neorealism became a cultural genre that impacted society through literature and art. Some of the terms used in this extraordinary period became easily recognizable worldwide: Cinecittà, Dolce vita, Paparazzo, Fellinian... Among these characters, one would undoubtably be synonymous with Italian creativity: Federico Fellini. Fellni made his debut in 1950 marking, in a personal way, four decades of the Twentieth Century with an incredible series of cult movies: I vitelloni, La strada, La dolce vita, 8 e ½, Satyricon, Amarcord, La città delle donne , just to name a few. Fellini practically invented the identity of Italian cinematography, now known worldwide. His films have become a place of autobiographical acclaim; from the obsession of women to the poetry of the Italian province. Although it is most notable at work, behind the scenes of Cinecittà with the actors, or at the desk of a screenwriter or even with journalists for a press conference, that Fellini keeps his natural Gasconian character: “a fantastic fibber with a childlike vision of life” as some colleagues used to say. Reports from the sets recount of an endless series of gags, reinterpreting his Romagna roots with all it’s lunacy. This Photology exhibition “Fellini at work”, adds to this genius from Rimini, also the keen observation of Tazio Secchiaroli. Secchiaroli’s artistic photographic images of Fellini the “man” go beyond the “character” Fellini. Their symbiotic life on movie sets, production offices, and scenography studios, generate a chain reaction. Two characters in one, fellinisecchiaroli (as Ianus Bifrons) who, for almost 20 years, expanded Italian film culture to every corner of the world. As with a story of parallel qualities of a painter and his muse, this idyllic relationship adds value to each of their artistic careers. Even Secchiaroli’s renewal as a set photographer (on his Majesty’s Fellini secret service) essentially represents, with all its ambiguity, the vices and virtues of Country that was beginning to experience an epic era that still exists today in the everyones mind. Both of them, with all their metaphors and formations, lived a “filmic” life. As two of their fa mous epitaphs demonstrate – as if in a film reading the future, “Nothing is known, everything is imagined”, “It’s not true, but I believe it”. Davide Faccioli, Photology

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    01 Dec 2020 – 28 Feb 2021

    Alienation. Solitude. Silence. Absence. Artworks by Hopper depict a metaphysic reality, and its living characters are constantly stirring between a will to survive and an inability to exist. A surreal and uninhabited world made of urban landscapes and home interiors, where a yearning and poetic feeling hovers in the air, communicating a strong sense of anxiety. A Hopper photographic eye which made him become an irreplaceable icon of contemporary art and a true inspiration for many artists. Among all, photo artists such as Luca Campigotto, Gregory Crewdson, Franco Fontana and Richard Tuschman. As in many Hopper paintings, silence pervades their photography. The scene is often crowdless, seldom some lonely figures appear with a dramatic strangeness and incommunicability. Photographers build up their staged visions recreating the same Hopper pathos. Among our selected artists we can view a typical example in feminine figures where they are represented detached from reality and fixing the void. They seem ethereal, inaccessible and lost in their own thoughts, representing a sort of a displacement in our society. Due to a global pandemic and despite a different form, nowadays we all find ourselves in social isolation. We we all live in a Hopperiana screenplay and suddenly what was being devised as a cultural metaphor and an artistic omen with the work by Luca Campigotto, Gregory Crewdson, Franco Fontana and Richard Tuschman, is now reality.

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    Gorgoni Art U.S.A.

    01 Mar 2021 – 31 May 2021

    After 80 years from his birth date, Photology is pleased to present "Gorgoni Art U.S.A.", a retrospective celebrating Gianfranco Gorgoni, one of the most important Italian photographers who unexpectedly died in September 2019. "Gorgoni Art U.S.A." will be available on line from 1 March to 31 May 2021 on Photology Online Gallery, willing to highlight an extraordinary body of work which has enriched the second part of 20th century contemporary art and photography.

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    Martin Parr

    03 Jun 2021 – 31 Aug 2021

    MARTIN PARR > BACK TO THE BEACH Martin Parr, one of the greatest contemporary photographer and photojournalist of our time, has been picturing beaches all over the world for over 40 years and we believe it’s now the time to dedicate a certain number of art exhibitions to this theme. "Back to the Beach" can be defined a bright ironic survey of our contemporary behaviors, which show through art what we truly are. People and situations in Parr’s photographs may seem kitsch and ambiguous but underneath they point out how we live and the way we would like to be seen. The exhibition will be available on Photology Online Gallery from 3 june to 31 august 2021.

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    Ron Galella

    01 Sep 2021 – 30 Nov 2021

    On the occasion of his 90th birthday, Photology pays tribute to Ron Galella, immense and incomparable "paparazzo" who for over sixty years has chased and photographed actors, directors, singers and politicians, to narrate, strictly in black and white, the world of celebrities. “Ron Galella - Exclusive Diary", curated by Davide Faccioli and available in virtual mode from 1 September to 30 November 2021 on Photology Online Gallery, presents about 40 photographic works, all very rare vintage prints, the only ones signed and stamped by the artist and with a journalistic description of vintage on the back.

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    Luca Vitone - Romanistan

    01 Dec 2021 – 28 Feb 2022

    "Romanistan" by Luca Vitone is the winning project of the fourth edition of Italian Council (2018), and it was originally promoted by Centro per l’Arte contemporanea Luigi Pecci, Prato. A whole new exhibit is now available with a total 3D experience on Photology Online Gallery (1 December 2021 - 28 February 2022). Photographic installations, works on paper, together with the original video and a sculpture, feature a 43 day journey by Luca Vitone from Bologna to Chandigarh, on the same route the Roma and Sinti people took from northwest India to Italy.

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    Generation Beat - Allen Ginsberg

    01 Mar 2022 – 31 May 2022

    GENERATION BEAT Photographic Art by Allen Ginsberg Online exhibition from 1 March to 31 May 2022 only on Contact:

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    Franco Fontana "Seascapes"

    01 Jun 2022 – 31 Aug 2022

    After 27 years from its first Franco Fontana exhibit “Landscapes”, Photology is pleased to present “Seascapes”, a new magnificent show which will be only available on Photology Online Gallery from 1 June to 31 August 2022. It’s the very first time Franco Fontana is exhibiting a retrospective based on his survey of marine studies and featured on a 3D platform online. In detail, 14 large scale photographic works have been selected from more than 100 pictures to represent his long research on this particular series, with pictures taken from 1972 to 2015. In fact Seascapes are emerging in Franco Fontana minimal graphic imagery since the late 1960’s, and they have been steadily produced for more than 50 years. The Photology Online Gallery 3D installation features an extra-large version of the Seascapes series (cm 172 x 117), in a very limited edition of 3 or 5. All works Gicleè prints mounted on d-bond aluminium and framed in a white wooden frame with plexiglas. They will be available for sale after an innovative production system, allowing collectors in any part of the world to receive the works in an exclusively designed package. Info: |

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    01 Sep 2022 – 30 Nov 2022

    DOSSIER DE VENTE > PRESS RELEASE > INFO: The network of artistic collaborations developed by Photology in 30 years is undoubtedly deep. The need for diffusion, knowledge and professional skills around the raise of the photographic art system - and the art world in general - made Photology one of the few European points of reference, back then. Internet was moving its first steps and photo based artists or their foundations were desperately looking for international representation and exhibiting opportunities. These artistic liaisons through the years generated very strong and harmonious cultural, creative relationships, enriching the lives of many women and men belonging to our part of the art world. We are not just talking about artists, curators, Museum directors or other privileged people such as gallery owners and collectors… We have had such a fantastic time with all our working teams creating true and passionate links with suppliers, shippers, installers, electricians, restorers, archivists, graphic designers, printers, interns and so on. In fact anything that has been created such as exhibitions, site specific installations, artist’s residences, publishing projects, were just the final goal of such an enjoyable journey. They all reveal an easily distinguishable energy in the end. An act of generosity which was created for an unlimited crowd. Each of the 30 works selected for our 30th anniversary means a lot to me and probably to many of the Photology gallery directors who spent time with the artists; their stories behind the scene, sharing specific creative processes with them, searching for rarities in their archives... We truly hope you will enjoy this fantastic journey back in time and towards the future. DAVIDE FACCIOLI Founder

    latest works

    • Joel-Peter Witkin

      Still life Marseilles, 1992
      106.5 x 120 x 3.5 cm (h x w x d)
      50000 EUR
    • Minor White

      Twisted Tree, 1951
      59.6 x 49 x 4 cm (h x w x d)
      35000 EUR
    • Inez Van Lamsweerde – Vinhood Matadin

      Kirsten Star, 1997
      104 x 80 x 4.5 cm (h x w x d)
      22000 EUR
    • Oliviero Toscani

      Suora e prete, 1991
      90 x 110 x 3.5 cm (h x w x d)
      15000 EUR
    • Wolfgang Tillmans

      Winter Rail, 1996
      57.4 x 47 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      10000 EUR
    • Tazio Secchiaroli

      Brigitte Bardot, Le Mepris, 1963
      74 x 64 x 5 cm (h x w x d)
      18000 EUR
    • Ed Ruscha

      Rooftops, 1961, 4 of 4
      80 x 80 x 4.5 cm (h x w x d)
      55000 EUR
    • Ed Ruscha

      Rooftops, 1961, 3 of 4
      80 x 80 x 4.5 cm (h x w x d)
      55000 EUR
    • Ed Ruscha

      Rooftops, 1961, 2 of 4
      80 x 80 x 4.5 cm (h x w x d)
      55000 EUR
    • Ed Ruscha

      Rooftops, 1961, 1 of 4
      80 x 80 x 4.5 cm (h x w x d)
      55000 EUR
    • Paola Pivi

      Untitled (Zebre), 2003
      141 x 177 x 5 cm (h x w x d)
      40000 EUR
    • Martin Parr

      Beach Therapy, St Ives 2017
      83.5 x 101 x 4.5 cm (h x w x d)
      8000 EUR
    • Vik Muniz

      Origin of the world. After Courbet (from the Soil series), 1999
      59.1 x 82 x 3.5 cm (h x w x d)
      35000 EUR
    • Richard Misrach

      Desert fire #43, 1983
      112 x 135 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      25000 EUR
    • Alberto Korda

      Che Guevara, La Habana 1960
      80 x 70 x 5 cm (h x w x d)
      15000 EUR
    • André Kertész

      Chez Mondrian, Paris 1926
      77.1 x 65 x 3 cm (h x w x d)
      30000 EUR
    • Yousuf Karsh

      Ernest Hemingway, 1957
      60.5 x 50 x 4 cm (h x w x d)
      18000 EUR
    • Jacques-Henri Lartigue

      Grand Prix Delage, 1912
      42 x 52 x 3.5 cm (h x w x d)
      20000 EUR
    • Gianfranco Gorgoni

      Robert Smithson Spiral Jetty, Rozel Point, Salt Lake City, Utah 2010
      82.5 x 101 x 4.5 cm (h x w x d)
      8000 EUR
    • Mario Giacomelli

      Scanno, 1957, diptych, 1 of 2
      51 x 61 x 4.5 cm (h x w x d)
      35000 EUR