The faces of Nespresso: the art of photography marries charity“
the faces of nespresso by Maurizio Galimberti: the art of photography marries charity
From Saturday 3 December to Tuesday 3 January the three Nespresso boutiques in Milan, Turin and Bari, exhibit The Volts of Nespresso , the nine works that Maurizio Galimberti , internationally renowned photographer famous for his mosaic portraits with the Polaroids, realized during the evening of presentation of Le Variations 2011 Nespresso , the three limited edition Flavored Coffee.
In the Boutique in via Bigli 1/3 in Milan the portrait of Ambra Angiolini , the work dedicated to Variation with cherry and the one on the pleasure of Nespresso tasting is exhibited : as in modern cubist works, faces and objects are observed from different points of view, fragmented and exploded in their different facets and finally recomposed, obtaining a unique but at the same time multiple and dynamic image.
With the language of photographic art, the Faces of Nespresso recount a world full of aromas, scents and aromas and are designed to capture what is lived with the other senses. But they are also created for a noble purpose. From 16 to 22 January, the prestigious shots will be auctioned and the proceeds will be donated to the Banco Alimentare Onlus Foundation , which for 15 years has recovered food surpluses and redistributed it freely to charitable associations and bodies to fight hunger and food waste .
The other works can be found in the Turin Boutique in Via Roma 27, where the portrait of Eva Riccobono , the Variation with vanilla flowers and the work on the Nespresso Grand Cru range and in Bari in Via Sparano 113 are shown. the portrait of Vinicio Marchioni , the work dedicated to dark chocolate and that on nespresso compatible tea capsules coffee machines, is on display.