The grand opening of Italian photographer Massimo Sestini’s exhibition “Horizons of Italy” was held on 13 March at Moscow and was warmly supported by MacCoffee. The exhibition was featured in the Multimedia Art Museum where we had a visit of Anna Semenovich, a special guest from MacCoffee.
The photographer immortalised the landscapes of Italy an hour after sunset and an hour before dawn, with stunning views captured from police helicopters. The project covered Rome, Milan, Turin, Venice, Florence, Naples, as well as the Stromboli volcano and salt marshes in Trapani. A behind-the-scenes video also showed all 36 unique photographs and the complex process behind this project, which took 2 years to complete. The exhibition was first opened in the Quirinale Palace in Rome – the residence of the President of Italy – and subsequently presented in other cities of Russia, as well as the rest of the world.