Pamela Campaner

Pamela Campaner
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Pamela Campaner has over twenty years of experience in marketing communication, public relations and lobby. She graduated with a Master’s degree in Philosophy with an interdisciplinary thesis in Physics. She is credited with repeated success guiding sizeable communications, marketing, branding and public relations ventures for private companies and business associations. Realizing the central role of image and communication and, because of her personal and particular interest in them, Pamela is co-fouder of an art gallery specialised in photography. As project manager she’s leader of creative teams working on such a project like Milano Gallery Weekend.

Paris Gallery Weekend: is starting the 7th edition

Paris Gallery Weekend, scheduled from 2 to 5 July, wants more than ever to relaunch the cultural and artistic life of the city. After a total blockade lasting more than two months, the galleries are once again the protagonists. For four days, in four areas of the capital, including Pantin and Romainville, part of a new district in Grand Paris, visitors will be able to discover more than 72 exhibitions, including 47 solo and 25 group exhibitions.

Wall of Sound: Rock Photography at the heart of the Langhe hills

Let’s start from the name: Wall of Sound is a musical genre developed by record producer Phil Spector at the Gold Star Studios in Los Angeles. Spector was renowned for his unconventional ideas as to arrangements

Roger Corona, The Gentlemen of Italian Photography

Visitare l’Atelier di Roger Corona è una delle prime cose che si possono fare arrivando a Milano. Si trova a pochi passi dalla Stazione Centrale, in prossimità dello storico hotel Excelsior Gallia, sinonimo di ospitalità di alta classe

Maso Zambo. A two-room lodge in the shadow of the Grigna mountains

The mountains of Lecco, bridging the Valsassina valley and the deep waters of Como Lake. The “bald mountains”, as Leonardo da Vinci used to call them; between 1490 and 1499, by order of Ludovico Sforza, Regent of Milan, Leonardo explored these areas looking for mines from which to extract metals to forge weapons. Strongly impressed by those bare peaks, he used them as the background for some of his most famous paintings, like the Mona Lisa or the Virgin of the Rocks

Staying at an old spinning mill on Lake Como

“La Filanda” is a lovely dwelling sitting on the western bank of Como Lake, in Brienno. It is property of a weaving family owning one of the major silk companies in the world, whose crafting heritage has been handed down for four generations. The factory uninterruptedly produced silk yarn from 1860 to 1932

Reluctant to set the alarm during quarantine? Taking photos is a good reason to.

Way beyond a photography workshop, “Dalle 8 alle 8” (“From 8 to 8”) is a lifeline for your mind Laura Davì is a professional journalist and photo editor. In this period of uncertainty, Laura started a workshop based on strict rules to help you set the pace of your days: take a photo on the stroke of every hour, no matter where you are or what you are doing. Lots of people are participating, teenagers and adults, professional photographers and amateurs intrigued by the project, even in groups

Dining at a Designer’s Zhu Xiaojie

Zhu Xiaojie showcases his creations at the Xiaolou Art Space. Built for an immersive experience, his studio sits in the most intriguing arts and culture district of Shanghai

New Challenges and Innovative Business Models for Contemporary Art

We had a chat with Francesco Badia, author of monographs and features for Italian and international magazines, professor of Cultural Economics and Management at the University of Ferrara, and an expert in the management of cultural systems

Andrea Albanese, when art is at home

Many like art, but meeting the artist in the place where they live and work is a whole other experience. Just think of entering the industrial outskirts of Varese, Italy, a hilly area with several crumbling, disused buildings and other businesses still in place, a former railway line, and the Olona river flowing on the valley floor

Art galleries can overcome crises with flexibility, adaptability, planning and listening. Take a value designer’s word for it.

Daniela è una value designer con oltre 15 anni di esperienza come consulente professionale in strategie di comunicazione e gestione delle relazioni con gli stakeholder. Nel 2018 ha fondato Makaeaplan.io, uno studio di consulenza strategica con sede a Milano