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Photographer Amedeo M. Turello exhibiting in Monaco

Photographer Amedeo M. Turello exhibiting in Monaco

By Cassandra Tanti - October 24, 2019

300 photos in large format by the Italian photographer Amedeo M. Turello are now gracing the walls of the exhibition room of the Quai Antoine 1er.

The works are 20 years in the making and are split into roughly a hundred landscapes and 200 portraits of famous Italians. The exhibit, a joint effort with the association Dante Alighieri Monaco, is timed perfectly to run in conjunction with the 19th annual Week of Italian Language, which took place 18th to 25th October.

Turello is one of the most established photographers in the world and since 1999 has primarily focused on fashion photography. He has taken the images of Naomi Campbell, Kevin Costner, Uma Thurman and Dita von Teese, to name a few, as well as the official portraits of HSH Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene. 

Additionally, he has worked on high-end campaigns with major designers including Dolce & Gabbana, Roberto Cavalli and Tommy Hilfiger.  

The exhibition will run until 10th November.


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