8 June-2 Sept. Palazzo delle Esposizioni displays more than 200 photographs and photographic books from the Donata Pizzi Collection, an extensive archive documenting the role of female Italian photographers from the mid-1960s to today.
The collection comprises photographs by about 70 Italian photographers from various generations and genres: from the pioneering works of Paola Agosti and Letizia Battaglia to more recent images by photographers such as Silvia Camporesi and Gea Casolaro.
The exhibition is divided into four sections including reportage photography and social reporting; links between photographic image and feminist thought; identity and relationships; and contemporary research based on the expressive potential of photography.
The Donata Pizzi collection was presented for the first time at the Milan Triennale in 2016. For exhibition details see Palazzo delle Esposizioni website.