Steve McCurry is one of the greatest masters of contemporary photography and is a benchmark for many, especially young people, who recognize in his photographs a way of looking at our time. In his every shot is an enclosed complex universe of experiences and emotions and many of his images are known throughout the world.
Since 2009, each time putting out a specific aspect of his photographic production, Civita and Sudest57 have dedicated exhibitions to the great American photographer, who saw the presence of over 800,000 visitors.
The new exhibition in the Palace of Arts in Naples, in addition to presenting the essential core of his most famous photographs together with some more recent works and other pictures not yet published in his many books, especially highlights his work as a photographer, committed “without borders” in the places of the world where conflicts come on and focuses the suffering of people forced to flee their lands. The theme is unfortunately highly topical, and Steve McCurry has documented since the late 70s.
On October 27, at 17.00, two hours before the opening of the NAP, the Hall of the Barons in the Angevin, will hold a public meeting with Steve McCurry, who will be interviewed by Roberto Cotroneo. The meeting is open to all subject to availability.