October 19th, 2020, the vernissage of the photographic exhibition “The Consequences. Femicide and the perspective of those left behind”, a reporting on the families of victims of femicide, by an Italian journalist and photographer, Stefania Prandi.
Time For Equality, in collaboration with Rotondes, organized an open-air photographic exhibition of the Stefania Prandi’s works. Over the course of three years, Stefania Prandi has collected images of faces, objects, places, and stories which represent the perspectives of people who have experienced the consequences of femicide on a daily basis.
The vernissage of the exhibition was followed by a discussion with Stefania Prandi as well as reading of Stefania Prandi’s book “The Consequences (Le conseguenze, Settenove ed, 2020)” by Imma Di Marco, Paolo Scarpato, and Line Wies.
The open-air exhibition is freely accessible to all on the forecourt of the Rotondes, in Luxembourg until
November 16, 2021 ( extended until December 10, 2021 ).
An initiative of Time For Equality, in collaboration with the Rotondes, as part of Expressions of Humanity 2021-2022.
The Consequences 19.10.2021 Rotondes, Luxembourg
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