From 23 October until 10 January 2021, the oratory of Santa Maria della Vita (Via Clavature, 10) will host the new photographic exhibition “Criminis Imago. Images of crime in Bologna ”.
One hundred black and white shots that immortalize half a century of crime in Bologna and Emilia-Romagna, through the eyes of the Bolognese photographers Walter Shortglieri (from 1949 to 1972) and Paolo Ferrari (for the period 1972-2000) who documented tragic moments , but which belong to Italian history.
A timely documentary work, as a reporter, which moves from the crime sites to the courtrooms.
The exhibition – curated by the Chief Prosecutor of Bologna Giuseppe Amato and Marco Baldassari, head of the Ferrari Archive of Genus Bononiae – is organized by Genus Bononiae, in collaboration with the Public Prosecutor of Bologna, the State Police and the Arma dei Carabinieri. Partner of the exhibition is the Minerva publishing house in Bologna, owner of the Fotowall Archive of Walter Shortglieri.
An exhibition section has also been set up in the covered courtyard of Palazzo Pepoli. Museum of the History of Bologna. The covered courtyard of the Museum is also accessible without a ticket.
Saturday 24 October 2020, at 5.30 pm, at Palazzo Pepoli. Museum of the History of Bologna will host the concert “Homage to Ennio Morricone”. Therefore, from 17.00 to 19.00 it will not be possible to visit the exhibition section “Criminis Imago. The images of crime in Bologna “set up inside the court. We apologize in advance for the inconvenience.
Info on www.genusboboniae.it