From March 21st til June 24th, at Palazzo Reale of Torino, a retrospective
is dedicated to the great french photographer Henri Cartier Bresson. White walls, marble floors, silence interrupted just by slow paces of the visitors roaming around the hall, captured by the extreme intensity of the images. Impossible not being fascinated. Vivid and straight shoots, whose subjects are often unaware of being the protagonists. Shoots of life. Men, women and children surprised in the most naive and ordinary spontaneity. More than 130 images, in black and white, took between the ’30s and the ’70s, each with a own uniqueness. The exhibition is visitable from Thursday until Sunday from 9.30am to 6.30pm. Monday closed. The cost of the full ticket is € 6, reduced € 4. Free entrance for who has “tessera musei” (museum card) Torino – Piemonte.
“Photography is, for me, a spontaneous impulse coming from an ever attentive eye which captures the moment and its eternity.” Henri Cartier Bresson.