11 Oct-9 Dec. The American Academy in Rome hosts Anthorpolaroid, an exhibition of work by Italian artist Paolo Gioli as part of an ongoing series of public events exploring the body as a site of subjectivity and meaning from antiquity to the present.
Born in 1942, Gioli was among the first artists to master Polaroid transfers in the early 1970s, marrying the process with handmade pinhole cameras to create timeless images centred on the human body and its fragments.
Curated by the Academy's Arts Director, Peter Benson Miller, the exhibition can be visited Fri-Sun 16.00-19.00.
The exhibition opens on 11 October, from 19.00-21.00. For full details see academy website.