Games and reflections of ice, solo exhibition of Paolo Bolla


From Thursday 3 MAY to Saturday 19 MAY.

Opening on Thursday 3rd May at 6.00pm.

Saturday 12 May from 19.00 Paolo Bolla will meet the public on the occasion of the White night of photography.

I was born in Savona on 25 September 1967. I bought my first Reflex at the end of the ’90s and through his viewfinder I started to observe a completely new world. The passion for nature was always in me, but the camera allowed me to explore and discover what the natural world is able to offer, from the small detail to the immense landscape, giving me unique sensations and emotions that I hope to be able to transmit through my photos. ” Paolo Bolla

Paolo Bolla on the occasion of the Notte Bianca della Fotografia will meet the public at the LICONI ARTE gallery to illustrate his work as a naturalist photographer and recount his personal encounter with the reality of Contemporary Art. As can be deduced from the title, the works that Bolla presents were made by playing with the reflections, the light and the transparencies of the ice.


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