On exhibit July 2- 14On
From 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Chi Ama Milano, via Laghetto, n. 2 Milano
Stefania Lazzari wants to see you today, and every day for the next week.
More precisely, Lazzari wants you to see her first exhibit of street photographs, which are displayed at Chi Ama Milano.
Lazzari’s photography is well worth the trek to Milano, so if this means arriving in this fashionable Italian city by airplane, by train, by car, by helicopter, by hot-air balloon or a convoy of camels along the Old Silk Road - head out the door now, and don’t waste another second.
“When I realized that I would have my first solo exhibit,” Lazzari said, “I felt excited and surprised. Then the big day arrived - July 2, and there I was at the preview with all my friends.”
For the 41-year-old street photographer, it was a wonderful emotion, sharing her best work with all the important people in her life.
“To be recognized for what you love to do is tremendously satisfying,” Lazzari said.
And the Milano native loves to share her passion for street photography - a pursuit she discovered by chance, yet it was a “game-changer,” and Lazzari has not looked back.
Lazzari’s work is displayed at Chi Ama Milano, via Laghetto. The theme is the female figure in street photography.
“The female figure has inspired some of the greatest art across the ages,” Lazzari said, “and the relevancy of the subject is just as valid in the Street genre.”
Lazzari’s intent is to emphasize the delicacy and sweetness that femininity can give to those instantaneous, stealthy and spontaneous shots that only Street Photography can show.
"Street in pink" expresses Lazzari’s way of attributing grace and sensitivity to ordinary moments of life that happen everyday - yet escape our attention if not depicted in the decisive moment.
“This is my passion,” Lazzari said.