James Nachtwey at Milan’s Royal Palace

1 Dec. - 4 Mar. Celebrated US photographer’s work in Milan exhibit.

An eagerly awaited exhibition of the work of James Nachtwey, the prize-winning photographer universally considered to be Robert Capa’s heir, visits Milan as the first stop in an international tour of important museums around the world.

The exhibit offers a telling individual and collective reflection on the subject of war.

Titled Memory and curated by Roberto Koch, founder of the photo-journalistic agency Contrasto and by Nachtwey himself, the exhibition is an original production and the largest retrospective of his work ever put together.

The Palazzo Reale exhibition rooms are open Monday from 14.30 to 19.30, Tuesday to Sunday 09.30 to 19.30, extended on Thursday and Saturday until 22.30.  Entry costs €12; reductions available.

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