Carolina Sandretto

Carolina Sandretto is an Italian Photographer. With a back ground in both not for profit management and documentary photography, Carolina explores themes such as passing of time, memory and abandonment. She works with medium and large format analogue cameras. Carolina has a Political Sciences degree from University Cattolica in Milano and a MA in not for profit management. She completed the Documentary Photography Program at ICP New York, in 2013. She published with Skira the book “Cines de Cuba” in 2017 and in 2019 her second book “Cuba. Vivir Con” with SilvanaEditoriale. In 2020, she is publishing the artist book “Internal memories, External Memories” which will launch in October. Her shows include:  “Anthropological landscapes”, with Corinna Groeben and Francesco Iodice at Galleria Antonio Ricci curated by Laura Cherubini in Carrara, Italy 2014. “Anthropological landscapes”, with Corinna Groeben and Francesco Iodice curated by Laura Cherubini at Whitebox Gallery, New York City USA, 2015. “Vivir Con…”, Solo show, Galleria Renata Bianconi, September – October 2015. Julia Margaret Cameron Award Portrait winner 2017. “Cuba Is!” group show at the Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles USA, 2017. “Festival Del Paesaggio“ Curated by Arianna Rosica and Gianluca Riccio, Capri, 2018 and 2019. MOPLA, Month of Photography Los Angeles USA, 2019. “Things Left Behind” at [dip] Contemporary art Gallery in Lugano, Spring 2019. “Things Left Behind” at [dip] Contemporary art Gallery in Pietrasanta, Summer 2019. Julia Margaret Cameron Award winner 2019 for Landscapes with “Desert 2 Desert”. “Things Left Behind” at River City Bangkok, Bangkok Thailand, January – June 2020.  “Postcards From Italy”solo show at Plaza Project Art Room, curated by Claudio Composti, Viareggio, Italy, July– October 2020. “Cherchez la Femme” group show curated by Claudio Composti, Pietrasanta, September 2020.

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    As a monumental book published by SKIRA in 2017, artist Carolina Sandretto made the portraits of the more than 300 cinemas she found over the course of four years travelling around Cuba. In 1958, with more than 130 halls in Havana and a total of 511, Cuba counted more cinemas in its capital than New York and Paris. During the last 50 years, these buildings, once the heart of an entertainment consumed as a community, have been transformed or abandoned. Today only 19 halls are still used as a cinema in all Cuba. Some are now theaters, some host local dance groups but the majority are left to a slow and inexorable decay. Cines de Cuba is a voyage around the island, during which Carolina Sandretto depicted the actual state of the cinemas. These photographs remind us of how we all used to live as a community and how much our society has changed towards individualism from its original collective nature.

    Carolina Sandretto

    Cine Lido La Havana

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    As a monumental book published by SKIRA in 2017, artist Carolina Sandretto made the portraits of the more than 300 cinemas she found over the course of four years travelling around Cuba. In 1958, with more than 130 halls in Havana and a total of 511, Cuba counted more cinemas in its capital than New York and Paris. During the last 50 years, these buildings, once the heart of an entertainment consumed as a community, have been transformed or abandoned. Today only 19 halls are still used as a cinema in all Cuba. Some are now theaters, some host local dance groups but the majority are left to a slow and inexorable decay. Cines de Cuba is a voyage around the island, during which Carolina Sandretto depicted the actual state of the cinemas. These photographs remind us of how we all used to live as a community and how much our society has changed towards individualism from its original collective nature.

    Carolina Sandretto

    Carolina Sandretto Cine Riviera La Havana

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    25x25cm

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    120

    As a monumental book published by SKIRA in 2017, artist Carolina Sandretto made the portraits of the more than 300 cinemas she found over the course of four years travelling around Cuba. In 1958, with more than 130 halls in Havana and a total of 511, Cuba counted more cinemas in its capital than New York and Paris. During the last 50 years, these buildings, once the heart of an entertainment consumed as a community, have been transformed or abandoned. Today only 19 halls are still used as a cinema in all Cuba. Some are now theaters, some host local dance groups but the majority are left to a slow and inexorable decay. Cines de Cuba is a voyage around the island, during which Carolina Sandretto depicted the actual state of the cinemas. These photographs remind us of how we all used to live as a community and how much our society has changed towards individualism from its original collective nature.

    Carolina Sandretto

    Cine Yara La Havana

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