24-01-2013

Hiroyuki Masuyama - ROME, 1585 - 2012

Rome,

Landscape, Sport & Wellness,

Exhibition,

Hiroyuki Masuyama presents his study of the passage of time in 300 photographs returning to a utopian vision of the city, from the days of the Roman Empire to the contemporary capital.



Hiroyuki Masuyama - ROME, 1585 - 2012
An exhibition opening in Verona on February 23 presents the work of Hiroyuki Masuyama representing the city of Rome and its landscape of ancient ruins re-interpreted in a timeless mood.

Hiroyuki Masuyama photographs the ancient Roman landscapes that inspired artists of the past such as Marco Sadeler (1614-1660), Giovanni Antonio Canal (1697-1768), Giambattista Piranesi (1720– 1778), Luigi Rossini (1790- 1857) and Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775 – 1851), reconstructing them in a new dimension.

Hiroyuki Masuyama?s photographs return to a single utopian vision of the landscape and the most significant corners of the city of Rome, concentrating the Roman, Renaissance and contemporary ages in a single image. His choice to present the 300 images on exhibit printed on paper is a nod to the engravings of the past.

(Agnese Bifulco)

Title: Hiroyuki Masuyama - ROME, 1585 - 2012
Dates: February 23 – April 27 2013
Location: Studio la Città, Verona
Images: Courtesy Studio la Città - Verona

www.studiolacitta.it

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