Guido Harari Photography Exhibition – Nov. 16th to 24th In Naples, Italy

Details below translated to English (I used Google Translate to do so, so the end phrase may not have been translated right). If you find yourself in Naples this week?

Click HERE to read orignial article in Italian.

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An example of Harari’s photography, used in a Simple Minds calendar for 1989/90. Jim proving it does indeed snow in Scotland by pointing it out…obviously.

At The Gallery Studio in Naples the autumn season is inaugurated with an exhibition by Harari, the photographer and music critic who portrays empathizing with the greatest musicians of the last fifty years. Will be exhibited a collection of 32 portraits, in color and in black and white, from Bob Dylan to Pino Daniele. Harari will be present on the opening night.

His career is linked to numerous record covers signed for international artists such as Kate Bush, David Crosby, Bob Dylan, BB King, Ute Lemper, Paul McCartney, Michael Nyman, Lou Reed, Simple Minds and Frank Zappa. His photographs have also been used by Dire Straits, Duran Duran, Peter Gabriel, Pat Metheny and Santana. In Italy he collaborated above all with Claudio Baglioni, Andrea Bocelli, Angelo Branduardi, Vinicio Capossela, Paolo Conte, Pino Daniele, Fabrizio De André, Eugenio Finardi, Ligabue, Mia Martini, Gianna Nannini, PFM and Vasco Rossi. He was also one of the curators of the great multimedia exhibition on Fabrizio De André, produced by Palazzo Ducale in Genoa
Guido Harari is not only a fan of music, of rock, an attentive listener, but also one who likes to enter and “listen” to what is inside and behind and beyond the artist, what appears.

Before portraying the shapes of the face or body of an artist or other personalities of art and culture, Harari explores the rhythm, energy and harmony that those faces express fleetingly to eyes that are not attentive and in everyday life, and that only a photographic shot, the work of a professional hand and a sensitive eye, can bring to light and keep it forever. To make a portrait, in the studio, on the road, on the stage technical mastery is not enough, you need to empathize with the subject.

The passion for music led him to always be the first to a concert. And the passion is always rewarded by those who “feel” that what drives you to photograph is not the gossip, but to satisfy the person with his need to be admired in its entirety.
According to the curator of the exhibition, held last August at the Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria in Perugia, entitled Wall of Sound, Marco Pierini: “Guido Harari possesses the rare talent to capture the personality of the musicians both during the performance on the stage and in the course of the sessions – this time intimate and exclusive – during which the portraits take shape. In both cases the result is an iconic image, which immediately settles in the collective imagination and loses even its own chronological connotation. It happens with the Fender Telecaster raised to the sky by Springsteen or with the contortions of Iggy Pop, as well as with the highly self-contained portrait of Philip Glass or the ironic portrait of Ennio Morricone. It becomes difficult, if you know these images, do not automatically recall them to mind every time you hear or say the name of the musicians that animate them “.

GUIDO HARARI: RITRATTI Vernissage 16 November 2018 from 19.00 to 22.00 Free admission (by Federica Cerami)

Openings:

Saturday, November 17, 10.00 am – 1.00 pm – 5.00 pm – 10.00 pm

Sunday, November 18, 10.00 am -13.00 / 17.00 -20.00

Wednesday 21 November at 17.00 -20.00

Thursday 22 November, 10.00 am-1.00 pm

Friday 23 November, 17.00 -20.00 hours

Saturday November 24th from 10.00 to 13.00 / 17.00 to 20.00

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