1km_small‘1KM’ – group exhibition with with Raimond Wouda, Céline Clanet, Jan Stradtmann. Curated by Gianpaolo Arena in cooperation with Altevie Technologies s.r.l., Landscape Stories, Tra Treviso Ricerca Arte and Vulcano.

Location: TRA, Treviso Ricerca Arte
Via Barberia, 31100 Treviso
Vernissage: 08th April, 6.30 pm
Exhibition dates: 08th April — 07th May 2017
Book launch: 03rd May, 8.30 pm

Finally: the book ist out! ‚1KM’ is a photographic research that investigates the public spaces, sports fields and places of social interaction in Italy. Photography by Raimond Wouda, Céline Clanet and Jan Stradtmann.


1KM by Raimond Wouda, Céline Clanet, Jan Stradtmann from Landscape Stories on Vimeo.

“Altevie Technologies asked three international photographers to ‘photograph the Italy of Altevie‘ and to do so by using one simple rule: look for the public space dedicated to leisure that was closest to the headquarters of one of its clients, so long as it was within one kilometer radius of it. Raimond Wouda (The Netherlands), Céline Clanet (France) and Jan Stradtmann (Germany) photographed sports fields and places of social interaction through witnesses that are able to stimulate new visions, perspectives, and hypotheses.

At the source of the project is the will to tell the work of Altevie Technologies without necessarily exposing their clients’ brands but instead by constructing a narrative of nearby places – the areas of leisure, seen as the reverse shot of the ones dedicated to work.

The result of this process is ‚1KM‘: a work of photographic research that investigates the public spaces neighbouring big businesses, factories, utilities, and R&D centres of Italian excellence. There is a bit of everything along this journey: monumental spaces, open landscapes, parks with leisure facilities, improvised sport fields, hidden corners, historic arenas, youth and sport centres, self-managed spaces… An unexpected journey, able to tell stories that represent us deeply.” (text: ‚1KM’ web page)

Publisher: Vulcano
ISBN: 978-88-907650-4-9
Edition: 500
Photography: Raimond Wouda, Céline Clanet, Jan Stradtmann
Concept: Landscape Stories
Production: Vulcano
Curator: Gianpaolo Arena
Layout and Graphics: Claudio Bettio
Editorials Translations: Michela Leoni
Interviews Translations: Sergio Tranquilli
Printing: Graficart, Italy



Pavlov's_Dog_Still_HuntI’m pleased to invite you to the Still Hunt magazine launch at gallery Pavlov’s Dog in Berlin on Sunday, 22nd of January 2017 at 5 pm. During the presentation I will give a short overview about the history of automatic camera systems – and a brief journey into hunting and modern animal-monitoring-systems will exemplify my artistic approach and interest to adopt this imaging technology for the work Still Hunt. Furthermore Davide Giorgetta and Valerio Nicoletti (Kaspar Hauser) will speak about the photographic storytelling of Still Hunt, designed in the form of a variable magazine format. (screenshot: Pavlov’s Dog webpage)

Location: Pavlov’s Dog, Bergstrasse 19, 10115 Berlin
Magazine launch: 22nd January 2017, 5 pm
The event on facebook.
You can order the magazine here.

"Still Hunt"

Interview_LSThe current issue of Landscape Stories Magazine features an interview with Celine Clanet, Raimond Wouda and me about the upcoming book publication ‚1KM’. The book will be launched in January 2017.

“1KM è un libro, un atlante, un diario di viaggio, un Grand Tour Contemporaneo, e anche una rete che connette persone, luoghi, esperienze, immagini, storie.” (text: ‚1KM’ web page; picture: screenshot Landscape Stories)

Calamita, Jan StradtmannFor the next 10 days I will post on the Instagram account of the CALAMITA/À project. The posts are releted to my recent activities in the area of Vajont and the continuation of my work Third Nature. Please follow their account here.

Corrupted_filesI am pleased that some pictures of the Still Hunt series are part of “Corrupted Files”.

“Corrupted Files is an innovative and unique journal that breaks with traditional structures of research journals by publishing, without separation or distinction, the research by students and staff at Ravensbourne alongside that of external practitioners and researchers.

This new issue focuses on concepts of – and angles on – conflict. The conflict issue dynamically brings together a broad range of interpretations and treatments of the concept of conflict, through writing as well as films, photographic projects, animation and painting.

The launch will take place between 5.30 pm – 8 pm at the NOW Gallery, next to North Greenwich station (speeches to start 5.45 pm). The hard-copy version of Corrupted Files, designed by the talented graphic designer Anna Barisani, will be available at the launch, and the NOW Gallery’s intimate cinema will screen the journal’s animation and film contributions.” (text: Corrupted Files web page)


The first gallery exhibition entirely dedicated to the CALAMITA/À project, will be hosted by Matèria Gallery, Rome. The group show features a selection of work from over 20 Artists who, throughout the project’s lifespan, have turned their gaze to the Vajont territory. A selection of my series Third Nature will be part of the show. The exhibition is curated by Marina Caneve, Gianpaolo Arena and Niccolò Fano.

Location: Matèria Gallery, Via Tiburtina 149, 00185 Rome
Vernissage: 29th October, 7 pm
Book launch: 29th October, 6 pm
Exhibition dates: 29th October – 3rd December 2016

Participating artists: Andrea ALESSIO / Gianpaolo ARENA / Sergio CAMPLONE / Marina CANEVE / Céline CLANET / Scott CONARRONE / François DELADERRIERE / Marco LACHI / Michela PALERMO / Max ROMMEL & Marissa MORELLI / Gabriele ROSSI / Petra STAVAST / Jan STRADTMANN / ZUIJDERWIJK & VERGOUWE / Cyrille WEINER & Giaime MELONI; Urbanism: Latitude Platform

"Third Nature", 2015

From the series Third Nature,  92,0 x 76,0 cm, printed on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Pearl, framed, edition of 5 + 2 AP.

"Still Hunt"Still Hunt has been released as a self published magazine and limited edition folder during Bitume Photobook as part of Bitume Photofest in Lecce (Italy) in September 2016. The publication is designed by Kaspar Hauser. If you want to purchease the magazine or the folder, please check the official web page: Still Hunt Magazine.

Magazine specifications:
24,00 x 31,00 cm
offset printing
32 pages
6 colour and 28 monochrome photographs
designed by Kaspar Hauser
1000 copies
price: 6,00 EUR

Folder specifications:
1 out of 6 images
photo size: 24,00 x 30,00 cm
printed on Hahnemuehle Fine Art Baryta
each limited to 100
signed and numbered
plus 1 “Still Hunt” magazine
price: 35,00 EUR

"Still Hunt"

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