Agenzia Giornalistica
direttore Paolo Pagliaro


BigItaly International


Riga - Until April 19, the Latvian Academy of Arts will host the exhibition "Italy, 40 Years: 1970-2010" by Italian photographer John Randolph Pepper. The exhibition invites the visitor to embark on a journey through Italy from the post-war period to the recent past, from 1970 to 2010. This is reported on the website of the Italian Embassy in Riga. The history of the photographs on display begins in 1970 when John's father gives him his first Pentax camera. After two years of "training" with the renowned Italian photographer Ugo Mulas, the young man begins his journey through photography: on the streets, the young photographer captures moments of everyday life, architectures, and landscapes. John R. Pepper's shots reveal his deep respect for Italian culture and its values, always placing human relationships at the center: family, friendship, the joy of living. The Riga exhibition was inaugurated on Thursday, March 14, at the Latvian Academy of Arts. It will be open until April 19, 2024, free of charge, without reservation, from Monday to Friday from 10 am to 6 pm - with a break from 2:30 pm to 3 pm. The exhibition is a project of the Italian Embassy in Riga and the Latvian Academy of Arts. (9colonne)

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