Club to Club 2007
For the 2007 edition of the festival Bellissimo waives to the words and explores the surrealism of contemporary photography.
The protagonist of the visuals is a strong and oneiric subject: an elegant and mysterious lady fencer. An enigmatic figure which spreads sensuality and mysticism at the same time, a figure-dummy that imposes itself in a solitary and theatrical pose.
The unusual beauty of this mannequin, a reminiscence of De Chirico and Caravaggio, stands out lonely and dramatic.
The campaign marks an evolution for the communication of Club to Club, giving for the first time a photographic image with a supernatural character to the festival.
The English critic Robert Urquhart commented as follows: “This ghostly apparition is a fitting invitation for a fantastic festival – it is all the things a good party should be: Elegant, timeless, mysterious and a little dangerous. If you dared to lift the mask what would you find? Male or female… Is it even human? I think if Edvard Munch went clubbing he would look like this: An electronic scream!”