A different photograph, that leaves space for sensory reasons, images, colors and feelings, that's what Bavcar tell with his 50 shots on display at the Roman Museum in Trastevere. The exhibition presents a selection of his famous black and white prints - world premiere in Italy - some of his shots in color. Evgen Bavcar, blind since the age of 12 years, in his photographs emphasizes the difference between looking and seeing emphasizing his deep sensitivity to show the visible aspects unknown to us.
Location: Rome Museum in Trastevere
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10.00-20.00
Tickets: Adults 6.50 euros. Reduced: 5.50 euros