Energie rinnovabili – Padri e figli (Renewable Energy – Fathers and sons) is the title of Un Sedicesimo 26, which includes 16 pictures by French photographer Grégoire Korganow taken from the series at the Triennale in Milan on show in an exhibition curated by Alberto Pizzati Caiani. Two subjects per photograph stand out against the black background: fathers and sons supporting one another, looking at one another, one beside the other; linked by the inexhaustible energy that runs through the generations and is handed down from man to man in a continuous, endless flow. The vivid, powerful pictures by Grégoire Korganow interpret this bond as it evolves into a unique and multifaceted transgenerational portrait.
Grégoire Korganow: photographer, was born in 1967 in France and lives in Paris. From 1993 to 2003 he worked with the newspaper Libération. He has also worked with various international publications including: l’Express, Telerama, Marie Claire, Geo, National Geographic, The New York Times. From 1998 to 2003 he headed up the collection of photography books Avoir 20 ans, published by Alternative. He has served as a photographer in the making of various documentary films. Since January 2011 he has focussed his attention on places where people are deprived of their liberty and detention centres in France. www.korganow.net