– 63ème conférence Bilderberg – 11-14 juin 2015
Centre de la photographie Genève
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Edited by Joerg Bader.
Graphic design: Giacomo Bianchetti.
published in September 2016
23,5 x 31,5 cm (newspaper)
24 pages (color ill.)
A series of photographs taken in the margins of the 63rd Bilderberg conference, which brings together some of the most influential political and economic leaders of the Western world.
following the exhibition “Caméra(Auto)Contrôle,” 50JPG Triennal 2016, Centre de la photographie Genève, from June 1st to July 31, 2016.
Also available as part of a bundle with the catalogue Caméra(Auto)Contrôle
After a commercial diploma and a few years career as a social worker, Giacomo Bianchetti (born 1982 in Locarno, lives and works in Lausanne) decided to seriously pursue the study of photography. He earned a federal certificate of photographer in 2010 at the School of Photography in Vevey, and continues at the same institute to complete advanced study in photography, which he concluded in 2013. His personal work is based on a direct and physical confrontation with power. His approach aims to test the legal limits that separate public and private, and invoke company and economic issues. His interest is derived from a deep personal reflection and a sense of powerlessness vis-à-vis the uncontrollable growth of modern society. He wants to reflect on these issues using photography and other media.