Fondazione Sozzani on May 4th, held the opening of two exhibitions of the photographer Paolo Di Paolo, curated by Silvia Di Paolo, under the patronage of the Centro Studi Pier Paolo Pasolini and in collaboration with Bulgari.

The first exhibition, “LA LUNGA STRADA DI SABBIA” (The Long Road of Sand) with photographs by Paolo Di Paolo and texts by Pier Paolo Pasolini features one hundred and one images, many of which are unpublished, as well as videos and relative documents.

MILANO (fotografie 1956-1962)” is the second exhibition, and presents a selection of Di Paolo’s images dedicated to the city he was so in love with because it is so different from Rome: “It was like going abroad…”. An unprecedented gaze of a beautiful Milan and its mists.

May 5th – August 29th, 2021
Every Day 10.30AM – 7.30PM
Wednesday & Thursday 10.30AM – 9PM
Admission fee € 6 Reduced € 3 (6-26 years)
The exhibitions open to the public in keeping with all health and safety measures. Masks are mandatory.

The exhibition MILANO
fotografie 1956 – 1962
continues in Bulgari
via Montenapoleone 2
May 4th – May 28th, 2021
Admission free.
Every day, 10.30 AM – 6.00 PM