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Frank Dituri

Frank Dituri is a photographer whose work has been exhibited worldwide and often incorporates spiritual symbols and metaphors in his art. These metaphors pertain to Dituri’s memories from his childhood along with deep cultural Italian traditions. Dituri’s history and experience as an artist is reflected in his photographs.

Frank Dituri, an American son of Italian immigrants, divides his time between Italy and New York. He is a photographer who likes to transform the obvious into images that border on uncertainty and mystery. He was on the faculty at Long Island University, C.W. Post and is currently in the art department at Libera Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy. In New York, Fran Kaufman Art Advisory and Stephen Rosenberg Fine Art represent Dituri’s work.

His work is continuously exhibited worldwide in many fine art museums and galleries such as the Venice Biennale (Galleria Internazionale di Grafica); the Hudson River Museum, New York; Galerie Seine 51, Paris; Sirius Aidem Photo Gallery, Tokyo; Centre of Contemporary Art, New Zealand; Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome; Moscow MOMA, and he has participated in three group LTA (Learning Through Art) shows in the Guggenheim Museum, New York. Plus he has shown in numerous universities: NYU, East Galleries, New York; Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts, Hangzhou, China; Universitá di Roma (La Sapienza), Rome; Stephen F. Austin State University, Texas and Academie Des Beaux Arts De Tamines, Belgium.

Frank Dituri’s photos can be found in important collections, including the Pushkin Museum of Fine Art, Moscow; La Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris; the Alternative Museum, New York; and Das Stâdttische Kramer-Museum, Kempen, Germany. His images have been reviewed and pictured in many prestigious international publications, including the New York Times, Harpers Magazine, Zoom Magazine, Nippon Camera and the Corriere Della Sera.

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