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Enrica Viganò

Enrica Viganò is a journalist, exhibition organiser and founder of Admira, an agency based in Milan and incorporated in 1997 for the organisation of cultural events related to photography. With Admira, she has curated various individual exhibitions (Peter Beard, Edward Burtynsky, Robert Frank, Mario Giacomelli, Duane Michals, Ugo Mulas, Martin Munkacsi, Max Pam, Walter Rosenblum, Jan Saudek, Eugene Smith and Jonathan Torgovnik) and collective exhibitions (Photo League: New York 1936-1951; De cerca nadie es normal; Fotógrafos insospechados. Celebridades detrás del objetivo), as well as anthological exhibitions (NeoRealism. The new image in Italy, 1932-1960). From 1992 to 1997, she directed the Diaframma-Kodak Cultura Gallery of Milan, organising more than 80 exhibitions, including works by photographers such as Gisele Freund, Luis González Palma, Lewis W. Hine, Inge Morath and Andrés Serrano. Since the first edition of 1998, she has worked with PHotoEspaña as curator of exhibitions and catalogues, international project manager (1999) and guest curator (2003). She has also directed the first four editions of Campus PHE, a workshop and conference programme with maestros in international photography (2004-2007). Between 2001 and 2005, she worked on the promotion of emerging photography under the direction of the ClicArt Gallery of Milan and made a monographic publication on each artist. Since 2001, she has been the artistic director of Foto&Photo, an international photography Festival by Cesano Maderno, Milan. The festival, which is characterised by an extensive programme of exhibitions, includes interdisciplinary conferences and symposiums that bring together subjects from the areas of philosophy, criticism and photography collections. Since 2005, she has been a member of Oracle, an international association of photography curators that includes the most important museums, institutions and independent curators in the world. Besides other publications, she opened the Admira Edizioni publishing company in 2003, which has published titles that include Mario Giacomelli, NeoRealismo. La nuova immagine in Italia 1932-1960, Walter Rosenblum. In cerca di Pitt Street and Duane Michals 50.