On April 25th, 2012, four significant celebrations are coming together in Venice: National Liberation Day, Saint Mark’s Day (patron saint of the city), Festa del Bocolo, in which Venetian men give a rosebud to the women they love; and the 100th anniversary of the restoration of the world famous bell tower of Venice, the centre-piece of Saint Mark’s Square known as Campanilla. 

In her special Campanilla for All Seasons series of fine art photography, Inna Rogatchi is having a close look at one of the architectural wonders in the world. 

Inna Rogatchi’s works on display at the Luna Hotel Baglioni in Venice, April-May 2012.

In this collection, Inna examines this unique historic landmark from various points of view: how it defines the space around itself; what does it tell us in the matter of endless games of light and shadow; how it changes between day and night; what we can see in and around the bell tower closely or from afar…

Inna Rogatchi’s Campanilla Shadow I, 2012 work at the display.

Campanilla for All Seasons is a luxurious limited edition series (of 10) authored pigment digital prints on cotton paper, and it has become a focal point of this special commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the restoration of Campanilla in Venice. 

Inna Rogatchi. Campanilla Shadow II, 2012.