Muscles is what counts

I’ve been the other day in Neue Pinakothek in Munich to see the photography exhibition “Naples and the South”. I have enjoyed the landscapes of Italian south and focused particularly on the images of accidental people caught by the camera. I found also interesting different techniques and photography styles, as it was late 19th century when they were taking. The famous names behind the works are Giorgio Sommer or Calvert Richard Jones, just to name few.

My personal favourite was not one of those shown in all catalogues and posters, but this one instead:

"Street Scene: Hay Transport", around 1880, Albumin paper (Atelier Giacomo Brogi)

© Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen / Sammlung Siegert

The exhibition is on until February 26th. More photos and description you may find in this blog.

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2 responses to “Muscles is what counts

  1. adnica211

    wowwow, she’s got it going on 😀
    btw, bas me interesuje ostale fotografile, onako “la vita del sud” 😉

  2. meni se izlozba svidjela. ima fotografija Pompeja, ima nekih pejsaza vulkana, a onda i gradova kao npr. sa Sicilije, pa onda antickih ostataka gradjevina, prije nego su bile renovirane. mene su se najvise dojmile fotografije ljudi sa ulice ili slucajnih aktera na fotografijama… na ovom blog linku na kraju imas bolji overview izlozbe

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