Vincenzo Castella

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Vincenzo Castella’s attitude towards the content of his work is profoundly different to that of other landscape photographers. His is an exploration that starts from the places he knows best: Naples and Milan, and then other sites in Europe and around the Mediterranean. Possible photographs, taken from viewpoints that anybody could find. In fact, Castelli does not especially privilege the eye. From his earliest works halfway through the ‘seventies he has eliminated the narrating self, an important moment in his development towards rejecting subjectivity. Colour is a basic part of his work, even if at the moment of shooting his

choices are not dictated by colour harmonies: he is, rather, attentive to details. Buildings lie at the heart of his works about cities, which he began towards the end of the ‘nineties. For him a city represents a language, and photography is an invention derived from it.
In such recent works as Cronache da Milano, realized together with the Multiplicity group and shown by Studio la Città in 2009 at Art Unlimited, he photographed buildings and places in Milan where crimes had taken place. (Angela Madesani)
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Italian Renaissance

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Nature


  • #01 Zurigo, 2018

    Ed. of 3
    type c-print
    225 x 180 cm


  • #02 Zurigo, 2018

    Ed. of 3
    type c-print
    225 x 180 cm


  • #03 Zurigo, 2018

    Ed. of 3
    type c-print
    225 x 180 cm


  • #04 Zurigo, 2018

    Ed. of 3
    type c-print
    225 x 180 cm


  • #09 Zurigo, 2018

    Ed. of 3
    type c-print
    230 x 180 cm


  • Proof #1 Studio Eine Phantastik, 2018

    Ed. of 3
    type c-print
    160 x 83 cm
    163 x 85 x 5,5 cm with frame


  • Proof #2 Studio Eine Phantastik, 2018

    Ed. of 3
    type c-print
    160 x 83 cm
    163 x 85 x 5,5 cm with frame


  • Proof #3 Studio Eine Phantastik, 2018

    Ed. of 3
    type c-print
    160 x 83 cm
    163 x 85 x 5,5 cm with frame


  • Pirkanmaa Finland #81, 2007/2018

    Ed. of 5
    type c-print
    38 x 47 cm
    42,5 x 52,5 x 5 cm with frame


  • Pirkanmaa Finland #82, 2007/2018

    Ed. of 5
    type c-print
    38 x 47 cm
    42,5 x 52,5 x 5 cm with frame


  • Pirkanmaa Finland #83, 2007/2018

    Ed. of 5
    type c-print
    38 x 47 cm
    42,5 x 52,5 x 5 cm with frame


  • Pirkanmaa Finland #84, 2007/2018

    Ed. of 5
    type c-print
    38 x 47 cm
    42,5 x 52,5 x 5 cm with frame


  • Pirkanmaa Finland #85 - #86, 2007/2018

    Ed. of 5 each
    type c-print
    20 x 25 cm each
    21,5 x 26,5 x 4 cm with frame each


  • Castelseprio 2008, 2012

    polaroid 8 x 10 inch
    21,3 x 27,4 cm
    25 x 31 x 4 cm with frame


  • Castelseprio 2008, 2012

    polaroid 8 x 10 inch
    21,3 x 27,4 cm
    25 x 31 x 4 cm with frame


  • Passo del Bracco, Levanto 2008, 2012

    polaroid 8 x 10 inch
    21,3 x 27,4 cm
    25 x 31 x 4 cm with frame


  • Passo del Bracco, Levanto 2008, 201

    polaroid 8 x 10 inch
    21,3 x 27,4 cm
    25 x 31 x 4 cm with frame


  • #03 Castelseprio, Varese 2009, 2012

    polaroid 8 x 10 inch
    21,3 x 27,4 cm
    25 x 31 x 4 cm with frame


  • #18 Castelseprio, Varese 2008, 2012

    polaroid 8 x 10 inch
    21,3 x 27,4 cm
    25 x 31 x 4 cm with frame


  • #04 Castelseprio, Varese 2009, 2012

    polaroid 8 x 10 inch
    21,3 x 27,4 cm
    25 x 31 x 4 cm with frame


  • Bruzzella 2012, 2012

    polaroid 8 x 10 inch
    21,3 x 27,4 cm
    25 x 31 x 4 cm with frame

Italian Renaissance

Cities

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    News

  • For sale online the catalog Vincenzo Castella – Mississippi / Tennessee 1976 published by Humboldt with texts by Frank Boehm and Alberto Saibene. The book also contains a postcard with the photo Van Hula Hunt, Memphis Tenn. 1976 signed and dated on the back by the artist.


  • Light sensitive 2 is the title of the group exhibition that opened at the Schauwerk Sindelfingen on April 15, 2018 and will remain in place until January 6, 2020. The exhibition collects a series of photographs belonging to the foundation, including works by Vincenzo Castella and Hiroyuki Masuyama.
    until 6 January 2020 | Schauwerk Sindelfingen – Sindelfingen