Amarcord Forever. A tribute to Italian cinema

Luna Baglioni Hotel

For nearly a month, Venice confirms itself, just as it does every year, the capital of world cinema. The main event, which quite obviously has no need for presentations, is the 69th International Exhibition of Cinematographic Art, an event that is bound to be one of the richest and highly anticipated in recent years.
But the kinship between Venice and films does not end here; many are the side-shows to the Festival that will be filling the agendas of movie aficionados who will swarm the lagoon.
One of the most interesting is the exhibition “Amarcord Forever”. A tribute to Italian cinema of Inna Rogatchi, which will take place from August 25th to September 25th inside the prestigious Luna Hotel Baglioni.
The exhibition showcases a collection of art photography paying homage to the great Masters of Italian Film, from Federico Fellini to Bernardo Bertolucci. The ten patched works have been developed in collaboration with renowned artist Michael Rogatchi, whose original images of his new works or ones that have already made history are incorporated in the creations of his wife.
The collages of Amarcord Forever are digital prints, pigmented on cotton paper, produced in limited runs of 20 per series, numbered and signed by the author.
The project continues the fruitful collaboration between Baglioni Hotels and the Rogatchi Foundation, an international no-profit organization that promotes and supports historical, spiritual, moral and educational heritage (www.rogatchi.org).
The fact that the two events are scheduled simultaneously underlines the Festival’s aptitude to emphasize the true spirit of Italian cinema and to jealously protect its tradition.
These are some of the themes that have always been dear also to the couple of Finnish artists, whose fame is international and whose works are displayed in many personal exhibitions and which belong to may important institutions and private collections.
Amarcord Forever is an unmissable opportunity to live the Festival, appreciating its spirit, which has always been its distinctive trait, to the fullest.

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