Naples, #quantaluce in the majolica Cloister of Santa Chiara

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You write #quantaluce reads Naples to grasp with different eyes. An eye-catching design by Carlo Arace that after the consensus achieved at the Pan Museum back from 4 December (opening and vernissage -at 6 pm) January 7, 2015, this time in the majolica cloister of Santa Chiara. An event that contains, as a treasure chest, the photographic images of the same Arace and short texts by Maurizio de Giovanni. All accompanied by new music by Bert, played live by the author during the “first” of 4, which also includes free entrance to the monument.

«#quantaluce – says Carlo Arace – is an art project/photo which aims Naples dress in a different light, full, high beam that leaves visitors breathless as a tourist who sees it for the first time in our city. The idea – still – is to tie inextricably Partenope photography, putting aside preconceptions and stereotypes that have always characterized these places».

With the light, a key element in the picture, you can play forever. So is Naples: bright and lively on the waterfront and is reflected on the rocks, but also hidden in the alleys of downtown neighborhoods. A contrast of light and shadow, as in a picture.