Photography: “Prima, donna. Margaret Bourke-White”

Margaret Bourke-White at work on the Chrysler building, New York City, 1934 © Oscar Graubner Courtesy Estate of Margaret Bourke White
Margaret Bourke-White at work on the Chrysler building, New York City, 1934 © Oscar Graubner Courtesy Estate of Margaret Bourke White

Date

25 Set, 2020 - 29 Ago, 2021


Time

9:30 am - 7:30 pm

Location
Palazzo Reale


About the exhibition

The exhibition features, in an entirely new selection, the most extraordinary photographs taken by Margaret Bourke-White, one of the most representative and emblematic figures of photojournalism. Next to the photographs, a series of personal documents and images, videos and autobiographical texts, tell the personality of a great woman, her vision and her countercurrent life.

Into more details

Staring from ‘Life archive in New York, the over 100 images on display are divided into 11 thematic groupsThe fascination with steelworks, In the “Dust Bowl” , LIFE, Eyes on Russia , On the Forgotten Front, In the Camps, Gandhi’s India, South Africa, Voices of the White South, Up high and at home, “My mysterious malady” –  that, in a chronological view, trace the thread of the existential path of Margaret Bourke-White and show her visionary and narrative ability, able to compose dense and dazzling photographic “stories”.

Tickets and Information

Full ticket: 14 euro
Reduced ticket: 12 euro

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