Water is the "magnificent obsession" of Claudio Koporossy. Koporossy is an Italian-Swiss photographer who has been working hard for years to capture in one click the infinite shapes of water that dance and resonate in the grandiose fountains located in squares and monumental gardens around the world.
Like the one hundred and twenty spectacular fountains and the waterfalls of the sumptuous Peterhof in St. Petersburg - the largest complex in the world, which has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List - protagonists, together with others, of the "Claudio Koporossy. Russian water" exhibition.
The exhibition will be housed from September 14th to October 30th 2019 in the halls of the Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, the historic Russian Academy of Fine Arts, founded in the 18th century by the tsars. Among the more than 40 shots of Koporossy, we also find the most famous aquatic monuments in Rome. Visiting hours: Monday to Friday, 11-19. Saturdays 12-18. Closed Sundays.
Times: 7:00 PM Tickets: Free
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