Friday, December 18, 2009

Rome by Morten Krogvold


Piazza Navona

Yesterday my husband and I went across the lake, to  Hamar, to see Morten Krogvold's photographs from Rome. 
I saw the photos several times while in Rome this fall, and now  it felt like I was meeting old friends!  What a change of scenery for these pictures... In Rome they were in a palace, with high ceilings, marble and decorations all over, and here they were hung on the wall of an old factory, turned into art gallery.  
But, it really worked!  The white-washed walls and the beautiful lighting made a wonderful backdrop for these gorgeous photographs.  If you have the possibility, go and see them!  They will be on display for two months.
Click here for more information (in Norwegian)
Morten and Tarand Krogvold have been working a very long time with these photographs, who also are part of a book project on Rome, together with Thomas Thiis-Evensen.  See here.


Piazza del Popolo


These versions of the photographs are borrowed from Italian promoting websites: clickblog.it and aftersix.it 

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