Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints” Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice  The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.     Date: 2014  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      <<  change project  >> 

Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints”
Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.

 

Date: 2014

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints” Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice  The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.     Date: 2014  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints”
Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.

 

Date: 2014

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints” Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice  The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.     Date: 2014  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints”
Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.

 

Date: 2014

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints” Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice  The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.     Date: 2014  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints”
Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.

 

Date: 2014

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints” Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice  The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.     Date: 2014  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints”
Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.

 

Date: 2014

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints” Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice  The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.     Date: 2014  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints”
Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.

 

Date: 2014

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints” Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice  The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.     Date: 2014  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints”
Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.

 

Date: 2014

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints” Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice  The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.     Date: 2014  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints”
Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.

 

Date: 2014

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints” Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice  The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.     Date: 2014  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints”
Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.

 

Date: 2014

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints” Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice  The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.     Date: 2014  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

Photographic exhibition “Ethiopia Spiritual Imprints”
Abbey of S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

The set-up of Lizy Manola’s photo exhibition at the Officina del’Arte Spirituale on the San Giorgio Maggiore Island stems from two project objectives: to harmonize each photo with the surrounding space, carefully gauging the framing background; to create a suggestive atmosphere, able to evoke the deep spirituality of Ethiopian people. A number of ad hoc interventions have made space minimal, erasing reduntant details and rationalizing the way in between spaces. The result is a pure architecture, where photos of different intensity, light and colour have found their proper placement. A careful arrangement of light and shadow, veiled by the earthy tone of the background, intensify the profound fascination of the photographic narrative.

 

Date: 2014

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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