Dorothy Circus Gallery‘s 2020 programming opens with a new project, the first entirely photographic exhibition curated by the gallery itself. It is What I’ve Seen So Far, a project born from the collaboration between the founder of Dorothy Circus Gallery, Alexandra Mazzanti and the founder of Grey Magazine, Valentina Ilardi, which is only the first chapter of what will be an annual appointment.
The artists on show will be Billy Kidd, Caitlin Cronenberg, Peppe Tortora, Laurent Chehere, Iness Rychlik, Anka Zhuravleva, Karel Chladek, Arash Radpour, Jesse Herzog, Giuseppe Gradella, Claudia Pasanisi, Mirko Viglino and Adriana Duque, who will participate with a number of works ranging from 2 to 6 each. Being, What I have seen so Far an exhibition that will live in both venues of the Dorothy Circus Gallery, the works will be divided between London and Rome.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.
Marcel Proust wrote it and it seems that the idea of creating What I’ve Seen So Far stems from this very concept: until now the Dorothy Circus Gallery has hosted works by artists, sculptors, and painters who asked us to understand their imagery and adapt it to us, instead photography asks us to observe how the photographer, to match our gaze to theirs.
Thanks to the shots in the exhibition we would have the opportunity to make a journey through the human soul and its feelings, from love to fear, from joy to pain, allowing anyone to be able to identify themselves and let themselves be completely enveloped by the imaginary offered by the works.
What I’ve Seen So Far will open in London on February 13th and in Rome on February 15th, for more information visit the Dorothy Circus Gallery website!