Exhibition Henri Cartier-Bresson: Le Grand Jeu

Palazzo Grassi, Venice 11/07/20 – 10/01/2021 Only Venice, one of the most photographed cities of the world, could host this particular Project, conceived and coordinated by Matthieu Humery.

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Back to the Future

One of the many consequences of this planetary emergency, triggered by the Covid-19 Pandemic, is the rediscovery/need as well as the quality of the short supply chain. This applies both to the industrial manufacturing field, where the paradigms of the Supply Chains have changed, and, above all, to the consumption of the agri-food supply chain. But are we really seeing something new?

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Think locally, Act globally

Only if we start from the small things - “think locally” - those that concern us, habits and customs, will we be able to hope for a worldwide spontaneous movement “act globally”: our only safety.

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2020 Acronyms VS Short Forms

We live in the age of Acronyms, of Short Forms. We see them everywhere, every headline, article, text is crammed with them, they’re part of our lives. Then, starting from the 1980’s, with the boom of Advanced Marketing, we moved from short forms to Acronyms. Today an Acronym is battling all the world short forms, behind which strong tried and tested Healthcare, Economic and Social Organizations exist, but which risk teetering under the weight of this (not too) new world threat. An Acronym makes the world and the securities (which weren’t so) on which this social and economic model was built teeter. Which future?

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Food Journey: “Tell me what you eat and I’ll tell you where you are”

Knowing the territory and the history of the populations through the flavours of food. This is the basic principle of the “food philosophy” which proposes to read any dish as a cross of food, history, culture and tradition of a territory and its population.

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Venice Beauty and Fluidity

If it’s true that beauty will save the world, it’s also true that we, as the whole humanity, have the moral and social obligation to save the Beauty which was entrusted to us, which we’ve built during the thousand-year-old history of humanity.

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