An exhibition of photographs by Oliviero Olivieri

Oliviero Olivieri is an internationally recognized photographer who studied at Central Art School London and has been exhibiting and publishing for over 20 years.

He is a contributor to Condé Nast Traveller UK and has published in major travel and life style magazines.

“In the world there are places full of energy, where, due to magnetism, people feel connected with their inner soul, granting them a sense of freedom and completeness both within themselves and in connection with nature” – Oliviero Olivieri

The Nuragic civilization (18th century BC to the 2nd century AD) of Sardinia built monuments, called Nuraghi in locations where cosmic forces were in balance, where it was easy to accumulate strength and where the human body felt positively recharged. Sardinia is still a place where people go to escape from their busy lives to relax and regain energy. This exhibiton is intended to give a general feel of the island and to keep the mystery at the same time. The exhibition consists of three parts, the first depicts the Sardinian carnival traditions, the second is dedicated to the Nuraghi and a third part consisting of landscapes that can best be understood if one keeps DH Lawrence’s description of Sardinia in mind:

“Sardinia is something else[…]Enchanting spaces and distances to travel, nothing finished, nothing definitive. It is like freedom itself”.