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Paolo Pellegrin “An Anthology”

A career-spanning retrospective and preview of new work by Magnum photographer Paolo Pellegrin goes on show at the MAXXI Museum in Rome

Paolo Pellegrin

Paolo Pellegrin Kurdish peshmerga mourn the death of one of their comrades, a tank driver killed by an ISIS sniper, as they were about to leave Bashiqa after a day of battle. Iraq. 2016. © Paolo Pellegrin | Magnum Photos

Un’Antologia brings together over 150 photographs and previously unseen works, each presenting the multifaceted themes that Magnum photographer Paolo Pellegrin has explored throughout his extensive photographic career. From the changing beauty of the Antarctic to shooting in conflict zones across the world, Pellegrin’s visionary approach to photography has bestowed him with a number of esteemed accolades, including ten World Press Photo Awards.

This landmark exhibition at MAXXI – National Museum of the 21st Century Arts in Paolo’s hometown of Rome, showcases his photographic work in two large sections: the first on human beings, and the second on nature. Viewers will also be able to take a look behind the scenes into Paolo’s creative process, as notes, notebooks, and drawings that have aided his photographic work will be on display. Works on L’Aquila, the Italian city struck by a devastating earthquake in 2009, will also be on show.

General Hours:

Tuesday – Sunday 11am–7pm

Saturday 11am–10pm

More information here.

Tickets can be purchased here.

Supported by: BNL – Gruppo BNP Paribas, Rainbow, Posteitaliane, Reda, Canon, la Repubblica, Sky Arts, Icon Design, Interni.