SIFEST26: contemporary photography Ad Confluentes
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A varied overview of photographic narratives that meet at the confluence of a single place and cross themselves into a festival. Ad Confluentes (literally from Latin at the confluence and toponym of the first Roman settlement of Savignano sul Rubicone) is the title of the new edition, the 26th, of SIFEST, the festival of Savignano Immagini dedicated to contemporary photography.
The festival will take place from 8th to 24th September, in a program of three inaugural days (from Friday 8 to Sunday 10 of September) and a following exhibition period (on 16, 17, 23 and 24 September).
The toponym Ad Confluentes takes its origins from an itinerarium, a figurative cartography created to signal the trace of military streets during the Roman Empire. It is not a realistic representation of landscapes or paths, but an attempt to keep together and look simultaneously at different points far into space.
In the same way the festival is made up of a non-linear itinerary where each exhibition reaches the other, making coexist different projects.
Discover more about the exhibitions (english descriptions available scrolling down the page of each exhibition).
ATTRAVERSA IL (TUO) RUBICONE Albert&Verzone
IL TEMPO DI UN VIAGGIO
IN QUARTA PERSONA
Martin Errichiello e Filippo Menichetti
IL TUTTO È MAGGIORE DELLA SOMMA DELLE SUE PARTI
Anna Di Prospero | Collezione Donata Pizzi
TERRE E UOMINI. INCROCI DI SGUARDI TRA MEMORIA E SENTIMENTO
Pier Paolo Zani
DE HUMANI CORPORIS FABRICA
DI PADRE IN FIGLIO
Stefano De Luigi
IN VIAGGIO CON LAURO MESSORI 1960-2016