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Italian Fine Art Photographer Marco Sanges to Show "Big Scenes"
"Big Scenes" will make the spectator enter a night of decadence.
LONDON.- Hackney Empire presents the visionary world of the Italian photographer Marco Sanges. Preview night: 11th of February from 6:30.

Every sequence tells a unique, multi-layered story, creating a highly personal, imaginary cinema. This body work takes shape in this truly vintage exhibition called Big Scenes. Marco Sanges’s works are narrative based, always evoking a feeling of mystery and the sense of a sensual, uncanny world just out of grasp. On the 11th of February, the preview night will unveil a live installation co-deviced with director Alberto Bona, and "Big Scenes" will make the spectator enter a night of decadence: performances and screenings will unveil an exhibition which will awake the senses of desire, awe and lust.

Special guests: controversial artist Gavin Turk and legendary composer Michael Nyman, whose music will be specially performed live by a string quartet.

Marco Sanges is an imaginative and innovative photographer who has exhibited worldwide. Marco’s clients include Vogue, Sunday Telegraph, Trace, Elle, Creative Review, Downtown, The Pozytyv, Zoom, Head, B&W Photo, Katalog, Dolce&Gabbana, Eyemazing. Books include: 'Circumstances', 'Venus', 'Wild', and 'Erotic Photography'. Previous exhibitions include: ‘Savile Row’ at B-Store, ’Purity’ at Cobden Club, ‘Hidden Light’ at ICI and ‘Enigma’ at Arte Fiera, Jonathan Cooper Park Walk Gallery, British Art Fair, Art London, The London Art Fair. Awards include Best Art Film at the Portobello Film Festival 2008 for the short Circumstances.

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