Capri Trend

Fondazione Capri
Capri Trend
At Masterworks Museum of Bermuda, Hamilton
March 7 – March 30 2014

The Fondazione Capri, is glad to announce the collaboration with Masterworks, the Museum of Bermuda, located inside Botanical Garden in Paget parish, this art museum is owned by a no profit organization called Masterworks Foundation in Bermuda. The foundation owned a 1200 masterpieces collection, since 1987, including paintings, photographs, drawings, maps.

The Capri Foundation was founded in 2009 by a group of entrepreneur and local authorities to promote culture of Capri Island. After five years of activities devoted to culture, contemporary art, contemporary photography, contemporary dance and a, Capri Trendwatching Festival, that sketch the outlines of the next future through research data, case histories, workshops and open lectures.
The Fondazione Capri will present the first exhibition Capri Trend, an exhibition that celebrate the five years of our activity, presented in five different countries.

The goal is to export the beauty of the Mediterranean, of Capri and Italy, abroad, through the different point of view of 5 artists, that with a photography language reveals itself from a personal view. The exhibition includes some of the most italian photographer Ferdinando Scianna, Olivo Barbieri, Maurizio Galimberti, Francesco Jodice, Irene Kung.

The exhibition will include about 25 photographs, an instrument to promote the Capri culture abroad with an authorial and contemporary sight.

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Venues of the exhibition Capri Trend:

  • Museum of Modern Art, Baku, Azerbaijan
    April 15th – May 30th, 2014
  • Nirox Foundation, Johannesbourg, South Africa
    July 13th – August 7th, 2014
  • Centro Cultural Pedregal, Mexico City, Mexico
    September 18th – November 13th, 2014
  • SALT Galata, Istanbul , Turkey
    December 20th, 2014 – January 30th, 2015