20 photographers for 20 months and 1 changing space.
The photo project promoted by Marsèll moves and gets into the spaces of Marsèlleria Permanent Exhibition in via Paullo, 12a, where the projects connected with the photographic media supported by the brand find a new home.
20 exhibitions to narrate the contemporary photographic aesthetics that was born and is growing in the city.
Italian and foreign photographers living, working, engaging with and inserting themselves into Milan urban fabric.
An heterogeneous and changing photo landscape chosen by Mirko Rizzi and Federica Tattoli for Marsèll, and through a public call
Scatti, that has now come to its thirteenth show, develops inside the new location of via Paullo and has as its protagonist Salvatore Delle Femmine, presenting The Burning Culture, a photo series entirely shot with 35mm film.
The Burning Culture is a journey through the underground culture, emerging from the depth and putting itself as essential remedy to the obvious symptoms of contemporary alienation. A boiling hot melting pot feeding itself with a blazing, uncontrollable, passionate flame.
Salvatore Delle Femmine (1988) lives and works in Milan. He mainly works with video, mixing styles and different techniques, inside ever-changing reportages crossing photography, drawings, animations and sounds. He works for fashion brands and collaborates with different music realities. His last project, created in February 2017 and published by The Guardian, is a video reportage about Rumania, retracing last anti- government protests, the biggest ones after the fall of communism.