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Filippo Romano
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About

Filippo Romano is a documentary and architecture photographer. He studied photo documentary at the International Center of Photography (I.C.P.) in New York. His photographic projects are mostly about cities and urban dwellers, the aim of his shooting dealing more with raising question than with giving answer. He is currently based in Milan and collaborates with the architecture section of the art publisher Skira. His photographs have been featured in several international magazines, like Abitare, Dwell, Domus, Io Donna and Courrier International. In 2007 he won the “Pesaresi/Contrasto” grant for his project “OFFCHINA”. He is the author of “Soleritown” (Plug_in, 2007), a book about Paolo Soleri’s conception of Utopian Architecture. In 2009 he participated in the exhibition “Joy” during the International Photo Festival in Rome with “Waterfront”, a series from the collection “Trieste”. In 2010 his work “Route 106” was exhibited at the Venice Architecture Biennale. In 2011 he took part in the “Sao Paulo Calling” exhibition, with the project “Slum Insider” on the Slum of Mathare in Nairobi, in collaboration with the NGO LiveInSlums. In October 2012 his long term project on Palladio’s architecture was exhibited in the new Palladio museum in Vicenza. His work on the the Nairobi ghetto of Mathare was part of the exhibition MadeinSlum\Mathare Nairobi held in 2013 at the Triennale Museum in Milan. In October 2014, on the occasion of the exhibition “Found in translation: Palladio - Jefferson” at the Canadian Center of Architecture CCA, he collaborated with the curator Guido Beltramini on the comparison of Palladio and Jefferson architecture. Filippo Romano also works as a filmaker and in 2015 he was invited by Alessandro Scandurra to produce "The Gate", a short film essay showing the temporary info-point built for the Expo 2015 in Milan.

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The Gate
Duration clock dark 04:38 min

The Gate

Published on Jun 09, 2015