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Direttore
Vincenzo Maccarone

Direttore Artistico
Claudio Composti

Via Malaga 4
20143 Milano
citofono 72

How to reach us:
MM2 Romolo - P.ta Genova (green line)
+ bus 74 - 47 (stop: P.za Bilbao);
Filobus 90/91 (stop: viale Cassala)

tel/fax +39 02 87280910
E-mail: mc2gallery@gmail.com

Open: From Wednesday to Saturday
Hours: 15-19
27 May 2014 - 25 July 2014

MICHAEL ACKERMAN

curated by Claudio Composti

Tuesday 27 May 2014
6.30 p.m.
In collaboration with Galerie VU' Paris

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Via Malaga 4 (cit 72) Milano
Come raggiungerci: Metro Verde Stop P.ta Genova + bus 74/47 (Stop P.za Bilbao)





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Represented by Gallery VU' American. Born in 1967 in Tel Aviv. Lives in Warsaw. Since his first exhibition, in 1999, Michael Ackerman has made his mark by bringing a new, radical and unique approach. His work on Varanasi, entitled "End Time City," breaks away from all sorts of exoticism or any anecdotal attempt at description, to question time and death with a freedom granted by a distance from the panoramic – whose usage he renewed – to squares or rectangles. In black and white, with permanent risk that led him to explore impossible lighting, he allowed the grainy images to create enigmatic and pregnant visions. Michael Ackerman seeks – and finds – in the world he traverses, reflections of his personal malaise, doubts and anguish. He received the Nadar Award for his book "End Time City" in 1999, and the Infinity Award for Young Photographer by the International Center of Photography in 1998. In 2009, he won the SCAM Roger Pic Award for his series "Departure, Poland". His last book "Half Life" has been published in 2010 by Robert Delpire.




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