EN A leading name in Italian photography, Pino Dal Gal was born in Verona, where he developed his artistic sensitivity. In Milan he perfected his shooting technique, devoting himself entirely to costume photography. In the meantime, he worked for the publishing office of Mondadori Editore and opened an advertising agency in Verona, but his main occupation continued to be photography. This became an instrument of social condemnation with the Chicken Story, Mensa Aziendale and La Cava collections, which took a journalistic approach to report on the unique conditions of the Italian work environment in the Seventies. This was the period of his first foreign exhibitions, including the Galerie Vinci 1840 in Paris in 1977, and the Canon Gallery in Amsterdam and the Taller Fotografico in Barcelona the same year. Also in 1977 Helmut Gernsheim brought many of his photographs to the Uni- ted States and sold them to the photography collection at the University of Texas at Austin. In the Eighties Dal Gal focused on researching anthropomorphic forms of rocks and nudes, and Gernsheim chose him to represent Italy in the International Photography Selection in Hildesheim and then as the only Italian photographer for the inauguration of the new Guggenheim exhibition space in Venice. In 2000 his artworks are exposed at the Centro Internazionale di Fotografia- Scavi Scaligeri in Verona and at the Keith de Lellis Gallery (New York); in 2001 he took part in the 1°Biennale Annali Postumia di Fotografia – Modern Art Museum of Gazoldo degli Ippoliti (Mantova). In 2003 he exhibited at the Stoke Museum and Art Galle- ry (Bath, UK). His pictures are in many public collections: at the Reiss Engelhorn Museen-Manheim (Germany), at Modern Art Museum of (Mantova), at the Uni- versity of Texas - Austin “The college of fine Arts”, foundation H.Gernsheim and at the Modern and Contemporary Art Museum in Modena. IT Nome di punta della fotografia italiana, Pino Dal Gal nasce a Verona, dove svi- luppa la propria sensibilità artistica. A Milano perfeziona le tecniche di ripresa, dedicandosi totalmente alla fotografia di costume. Nel frattempo lavora ai servizi editoriali di Mondadori e apre a Verona un’agenzia di pubblicità ma la fotografia rimane la sua prima occupazione. Diventa strumento di denuncia sociale con le collezioni Chicken Story, Mensa Aziendale e La Cava, che con taglio giornalistico riportano la particolare condizione dell’ambito lavorativo nell’Italia degli anni ’70. È il periodo delle prime esposizioni estere tra cui le Galerie Vinci 1840 di Parigi nel 1977, la Canon Gallery di Amsterdam e il Taller Fotografico di Barcellona lo stes- so anno. Nel 1977 Helmut Gernsheim porta molte delle sue fotografie negli Stati Uniti e le cede alla collezione fotografica dell’University of Texas, Austin. Gli anni ’80 lo vedono concentrato sulla ricerca di forme antropomorfe di rocce e nudi. Lo stesso Gernsheim lo sceglie per rappresentare l’Italia nella Selezione Internazionale di Fotografia di Hildesheim, e successivamente quale unico fotografo italiano per l’inaugurazione del nuovo spazio espositivo Guggenheim a Venezia. Nel 2000 è pre- sente al Centro Internazionale di Fotografia - Scavi Scaligeri di Verona ed espone alla Keith de Lellis Gallery (New York); nel 2001 partecipa alla 1°Biennale Annali Postumia di Fotografia - Museo d’Arte Moderna di Gazoldo degli Ippoliti (Manto- va). Nel 2003 espone allo Stoke Museum and Art Gallery(Bath, UK). Lesue opere sono presenti in numerose collezioni pubbliche, ad esempio al Reiss Engelhorn Museen-Manheim (Germania), al Museo d’arte Moderna - Gazoldo degli Ippoliti (Mantova), all’University of Texas - Austin “The college of fine Arts”, fondazione H. Gernsheim e al Museo d’arte moderna e contemporanea di Modena.
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