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Come September 18 to 22, 2019, a photography exhibition showcasing a collection of groundbreaking light attractions on display at world-famous UNESCO heritage and contemporary sites will be held at Gallery II at the Art House in Singapore.
The event will take place in conjunction with the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix weekend, and is organised by DZ Engineering SRL (a subsidiary of the Dino Zilo Group), the Singapore Grand Prix’s official provider of Race Track Lighting and Race Communication Systems.
Titled “Everything Is Illuminated”, the exhibition will highlight how DZ Engineering’s range of innovative and high-tech lighting solutions have been employed at 12 famous historical and contemporary landmarks in Italy, through the lens of six Italian photographers.
Audiences will get to witness the beauty of archaeological ruins through the eyes of these talented photographers as they interpret history and reveal contemporary culture on an artistic level.
The vernissage will be held on the VIP Gala night, and will be officiated by Monica Zoli, CEO of DZ Engineering and Co-Founder of Dino Zoli Group.
In addition, the exhibition will also spotlight on certain iconic landmarks in Singapore, highlighting DZ Engineering’s past lighting projects and how they added light and life to these Singapore locations (shot by an Italian Track Designer, Jarno Zaffelli), namely City Hall and Supreme Court, Esplanade, Gardens By The Bay and the flagship store of Dolce&Gabbana at ION Orchard.
Since the first Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix event in September 2008, the same team of engineers who are in DZ Engineering today, has been commissioned as the in-charge for the Race Track Lighting and Race Communication Systems, and has lighted up the First Night Race in the Formula One History.
The Italian photographers behind the capturing of these astounding sights are namely Alessandra Baldoni, Luca Gilli, Cosmo Laera, Luca Marianaccio, Lucrezia Roda and Pio Tarantini. The Dino Zoli Foundation has carefully selected these six photographers, with varying experiences and ages across Italy.