Animal Lovers, exhibition of photos by Diana Bagnoli — Lombardi nel Mondo

Animal Lovers, exhibition of photos by Diana Bagnoli

Within the Head On photo Festival, Friday 07


The Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Sydney is pleased to renew in 2017 its collaboration with the Head On Photo Festival by presenting on its premises 
Diana Bagnoli‘s photo exhibition Animal Lovers.

Animal Lovers wants to focus on the relationship between humans and animals, special friendships that bring joy in their daily life. Nirvana has had her goose since she was 12 and she is the only one who can touch her end even hug her. Chiara has been fascinated by rabbits since she was a child, and now has a special farm in the north of Italy with dozens of pedigree rabbits. Aida works for a car dealer with her parrot and Monica has been living with a couple of alpacas, who she considers her friends, since the age of four. Francesca feels very confident with her best friend, a boa, and Lorena is an activist for “Animal SOS”, dedicating her life to save animals from abusive situations. She is now she is taking care of Baby until she finds a proper home. She rescued her from intensive farming, where she would have most probably been turned into cat food. Ricky too, the Italian vegan mechanic, during the Easter period tries to help avoiding the massive lamb massacre, subtracting them from intensive farming as much as he can.
Born in 1982, Diana Bagnoli is an Italian freelance photographer. She graduated in Communication and in 2007 completed her studies with a degree in photography in Barcelona, where she started working focusing on portrait and social reportage. In 2009 she won the first prize for reportage and photography at the FIOF Photography Awards, and has recently won a PDN portrait award. She has published her work on national and international magazines such as Geo, Le Monde Magazine, Vanity Fair, Io Donna, Days Japan, Marie Claire. Her photographs has been exhibited in galleries and fairs in Beijing, Barcelona, Bologna, Sicily and Turin.

Friday, 5 May 2017, at 6.00 pm
Free entry. Limited spaces.


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