Caterina Bellinetti

An award-winning photographer with decades of experience, Maggie Steber does not spare herself when examining her career.
The current exhibition at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh, Scotland’s Photograph Album: The MacKinnon Collection, showcases the infinite, multiform beauty of Scotland, its people…
With some pieces of view having never been seen outside of Malaysia, "Inspired by the East: How the Islamic World Influenced Western Art" is a relatively small exhibition with a large goal.
A new exhibition is not only to shedding light on a lesser-known aspect of Japanese culture, female warriors, but is also pushing to include in the definition of “warrior” women beyond the military…
Drawing from its extensive archive—nearly 9,000 works from 850 international photographers—the MOPA is exploring the history and development of photography in the past hundred years with The Stories…
Seventy years ago, the Communist leader Mao Zedong officially founded the People’s Republic of China. It was October 1st, 1949, and the French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson had left China just a…
A Life in a Sea of Red presents six different political and social eras in Communist China and the Soviet Union.
The friendship between the two artists did not only enrich their private lives, but also the development of their art in the post-WWII decades.