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Special Prize Exbitions



Special Prize Technymon Art Residency
Location: Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai
Winner Artist: Antonio Di Canito
Opening: October 7th at 6.30 pm

On Tuesday, October 7th, the Indian gallery Sakshi Gallery, will open the exhibition Ganga, Goddess of Water. On view the latest works by Antonio Di Canito made ​​during his tour of India, made possible by the art residency he won at the 8th Arte Laguna Prize and thanks to the support of the company Technymon.

07.10.2014 - 14.10.2014

Antonio Canito, photographer, born in Monza in 1980.
Lives and works in Sesto San Giovanni, Milan, Italy.
"I'm a self-taught, my school is the daily practice and constant comparison with other photographers and creative. Photography helps me to express emotions."

Exhibition scheme
Title: Ganga, Goddess of Water
Curated by: Geetha Mehra
Location: Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai
Hours: opening Tuesday October 7, at 6.30pm, on view through October 14, 11am - 6pm daily

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