Photographer Carlo Rocchi Bilancini. Photo Credit Maria Blanco
Video of the presentation of the exhibition at Casa Italiana featuring an interview with Bilancini.
“Migration” is made up of clothes floating in water (a pool) that still maintain a human form. It evokes a human presence that is absent. It references loss which is a concept that we all have to deal with at some point, and a feeling that resonates very deeply within myself. Carlo Rocchi Bilancini
Some of the exhibition photos
I am very attached to my hometown in Umbria, which is a wonderful land full of spirituality and art treasures. But at the beginning, I wasn't taken too seriously as an artist. Sometimes Italian provincialism can be counterproductive for an artist, and sometimes you need to be successful abroad before being valued in Italy. Carlo Rocchi Bilancini
Dancer, actor, teacher, mime artist and choreographer Lindsay Kemp photographed by Bilancini