The exhibition curated by Michele Corleone and Martina Alessandrini, presents a series of black and white photographs taken by Miron Zownir between the 1980s and today; and a film retrospective of shorts and feature films directed by Zownir between the 1990s and 2015.
The exhibition will be on display from 4 to 28 October 2017, from Tuesday to Friday at 3pm - 8pm.
The guided tour led by Martina Alessandrini will immerse the viewer in Miron Zownir's photographic works, considered one of the most radical photographers on the contemporary scene of the last forty years, famous for her images taken in West Berlin, London and New York, and in the post-communist cities of Eastern Europe.
Tales From the Other Side, an exhibition designed for INTERZONE GALLERIA, shows photographs that depict a humanity on the fringes: drug addicts, homeless, prostitutes, transgender and punk: portraits in a raw style, on the verge of brutality.
Several times his photographic work has been compared but above all considered as the natural continuation of where Weegee (Athur Felling) and Diane Arbus have stopped.
Zownir "expresses a personal vision of the world without renouncing a documentary and testimonial figure", through his hard language, without taboo filters and prejudice, Miron Zownir has become an informal ambassador of marginalized communities.
Beginning of the visit at 3.30 p. m. on Monday 9 October 2017 - reservation is NOT required.
Martina Alessandrini, art historian graduated from the University of Rome La Sapienza.