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I do! The art of wedding photography

15.04.2024 – 24.02.2025

Wedding photography is treated as the lowest category in the world of photography, considered too commercial and not artistic enough. But wedding photographers are the creators of a personal and collective memory that accurately reflects the society in which they operate. For “I DO”, curator and photographer Paolo Woods has selected wedding photographers from 4 continents.

Enoch Boateng and his brother Maxwell Aggrey are local stars in Ghana; Sam Ekta are a couple who run a successful studio in Mumbai, India. Thomas Sauvin is a French artist who runs the “Beijing Silvermine” project. Oreste Pipolo was the master of the classic, eye-catching Neapolitan wedding, an institution of southern Italy that is continued today by his daughters Ivana and Miriam. Manal Alhumeed is a young photographer living in Riyadh. Valerie Baeriswyl is a wedding photographer in Switzerland and Haiti; Lindsay Ladd photographs gay and queer weddings in Philadelphia ( Juan de la Cruz Megías Mondéjar is a photographer who worked in southern Spain in the 80s and 90s. Massimo Stefanutti has put together a collection of wedding albums, and for the first time he is showing a selection of some of his favorites.

Indien, 2018 © Sam & Ekta
Frankreich © Collezione Stefanutti


Juan de la Cruz Megías Mondéjar
Enoch Boateng (Focus and Blur)
Oreste e Ivana Pipolo
Thomas Sauvin
Massimo Stefanutti
Sam Ekta
Manal Alhumeed
Lindsay Ladd
Valerie Baeriswyl

I do!
Sì, lo voglio!
Ja, ich will!

USA, 2019 © Lindsay Ladd

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