Clifford Chance has partnered with Tallulah Studio Art Gallery to present a selection of images by reportage photographer Bruna Rotunno.
The works selected for the Milan's exhibition portrays Community and its values: the images are intense, vibrant and intimate, reflecting an exploration of the world and its humanity.
The artist focuses on portraits and storytelling, exploring and transcending genres, alternating visionary sensibility with the immediacy of reportage and stimulating reflections on the sense of Community as a vehicle for cohesion and sharing.
Bruna Rotunno's artworks have always been focused on exploration and research in order to create her own vision of portrait and storytelling. In her works she explores different types of belonging to the concept of Community. Each situation recollects emotions and attitudes that emerge in relation to the concept of showing in front of the camera that somehow represents the other than oneself. A sense of pride and cooperation predominantly emerges from the images. Her gaze portrays symbolic characters that tell the concept of belonging and their strength in relation to a society that is still often closed, racist and sexist.