The exhibition "Ruth Orkin – Una nuova scoperta" is the largest anthological exhibition ever organized in Italy of one of the 20th century's leading photojournalists.
More than 150 photographs, most of them originals, trace the entire production of Ruth Orkin (Boston 1921 - New York 1985), particularly between 1939 and the late 1960s, through some of her capital works such as VE-Day, Jimmy Tells a Story, American Girl in Italy, one of the most iconic shots in the history of photography, and portraits of celebrities, including Robert Capa, Albert Einstein, Marlon Brando, Orson Welles, Lauren Bacall, Vittorio De Sica, Woody Allen and others.
The exhibition aims to tell the story of the work of one of the most relevant photographers of the 20th century, through a path that will allow the public to discover her elegant, refined, profound and engaging work.
In spite of the prejudices of a societỳ that did not allow her to fulfill herself as a filmmaker, Ruth Orkin approached photography with an entirely new perspective, experimenting with an innovative photographic language capable of going beyond the still image to tell the stories behind the simplest and most everyday gestures, where cinema and photography converge, merging into each other.
Tuesday to Friday 10 am – 7.00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 10 am – 6.00 pm
(last entry a hour before)
Full price: € 15
Concession: € 13 over 65, kids from 18 to 25, teachers, groups
Kids concession: € 6, kids from 12 to 17
Free: Abbonamento Musei Piemonte e Valle d’Aosta, Piemonte+Torino card, children under 12, disabled, MIC personnel, journalist accrediment wih firstname.lastname@example.org
Individual € 1,50
Open ticket (no date): € 2,00
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9th April 10am-9pm
10th April 10am-7pm
24th April 10am-7pm
25th April 10am-7pm
1st May 10am-9pm
2nd June 10 am-7pm
24th June 10am-7pm
Dal Martedì al Venerdì
dalle 10.00 alle 19.00
Sabato e Domenica
dalle 10.00 alle 21.00
(ultimo ingresso un’ora prima della chiusura)
Intero: € 15
Ridotto: € 13