Photography events in Bologna

PhMuseum Lab will host some of the best photography events in Bologna, inviting national and international figures for photo book presentations and photography conferences. Becoming a creative hub of excellence in the city and beyond. As well as our already extensive calendar of photography events, we will host general activities related to 'the image'; such as exhibitions, independent film and documentary screenings but also pop-up performances dedicated to independent music.

Solo Show / Slightly Altered By Synchrodogs

Solo Show / Slightly Altered By Synchrodogs

When

18 November | PhMuseum Lab | Via Paolo Fabbri 10/2a, Bologna

Program

With ‘Slightly Altered’ the Ukrainian artistic duo Synchrodogs aims to challenge the bond between the natural world and humans who inhabit it. This symbiosis is questioned by proposing a body of work that combines photography with performative and installation intuitions. A visual message upon how much we, like all living beings, both transform our environment and are altered by it.

Festival / PhMuseum Days 2021, Bologna, Italy

Festival / PhMuseum Days 2021, Bologna, Italy

When

23-26 September

Program

From 23-26 September PhMuseum brings the best contemporary photography to Bologna, Italy for a long weekend of photography and much more.

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Solo Show / Some Kind Of Heavenly Fire By Maria Lax

Solo Show / Some Kind Of Heavenly Fire By Maria Lax

Opening

24 June | PhMuseum Lab | Via Paolo Fabbri 10/2a, Bologna, Italy

About The Show

In a moment where instability and fake news are part of our everyday life, Maria Lax's project on UFO sightings in Northern Finland represents an important metaphor of the insecurity intrinsic in human nature.

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Inside / Home, family and community in this transitional time

Inside / Home, family and community in this transitional time

When

Opening: 20 May 3pm-10pm | Book presentation: 27 May 6pm

About The Show

Shot over the first months of the pandemic solely with mobile devices, the images of this show represent a tangible document of the first wave of the pandemic and a source of inspiration to stimulate a constructive debate around the urgent answers we need to provide in the decade that just started.

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Postponed
Independent Publishing Vol.1 / Caterina Morigi and Angelo Vignali

Independent Publishing Vol.1 / Caterina Morigi and Angelo Vignali

When

Thursday 29 October | 7 pm | Via Paolo Fabbri 10 / 2a, Bologna

Program

Caterina Morigi and Angelo Vignali are two authors published by Witty Books. They will present their works to the PhMuseum Lab public, which with this event inaugurates its monthly series of talks focused on photographic publishing.

Postponed
Postponed
Independent Publishing Vol.2 / Some Of You Killed Luisa By Valeria Cherchi

Independent Publishing Vol.2 / Some Of You Killed Luisa By Valeria Cherchi

When

Thursday 12 November | 7 pm | Via Paolo Fabbri 10 / 2a, Bologna

Program

Valeria Cherchi will present her photobook Some of You Killed Luisa. The work is an attempts to decode the complex structure of the kidnapping phenomenon that has crossed her homeland, Sardinia.

Postponed
Postponed
Independent Publishing Vol.3 / Presentation of Yet Magazine Issue # 12

Independent Publishing Vol.3 / Presentation of Yet Magazine Issue # 12

When

Thursday 10 December | 7 pm | Via Paolo Fabbri 10 / 2a, Bologna

Program

Elena Vaninetti, managing editor at YET will present the twelfth issue of the Magazine which devotes itself to the passionate world of Photography Publishing.

Postponed
Güle Güle Exhibition / Jean-Marc Caimi & Valentina Piccinni

Güle Güle Exhibition / Jean-Marc Caimi & Valentina Piccinni

On display until

January 2021

Program

Güle Güle is the exhibition with which the PhMuseum Lab will inaugurate its brand new space in Bologna, Italy. The Lab will also host a presentation of the Güle Güle’s photobook and a workshop conducted by the celebrated duo.

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