Artists and talents introduce new Gucci Places—a network of locations around the world with a cultural link to the House—through spontaneous images captured with instant cameras,
travel notes and sketches.
Artist Silvia Calderoni—who performed at the Gucci Hub in Milan during Men’s Fashion Week—visited the Antica Libreria Cascianelli, where she shot instant photographs in the historic Roman bookstore.
One of the largest insect breeders in Europe, Adrian Kozakiewicz, brought along his bugs to Florence’s Boboli Gardens and created an Herbarium inside the park first planted by the Medici family in the 1500s. Illustrator Isabella Cotier took a selfie in the Gucci Garden and created drawings inspired by the exhibition rooms. “Every visit to the Gucci Garden you see something new that catches your eye."
Musician, singer and songwriter Alex Cameron’s instant photos capture an enigmatic Los Angeles landmark, the Hollywood Forever Cemetery—the final resting place of hundreds of Hollywood’s founders and stars—which inspired the singer-songwriter to write his will: “Standing by Ed Bunker's gravestone I was suddenly struck with an urge to construct my last will and testament,” explained the musician.
In Seoul, artist and photographer Coco Capitán took pictures of the contemporary Daelim Museum, which features her first solo exhibition ‘Is It Tomorrow Yet?’.
Entrepreneur, author, CEO and founder of Harlem’s Fashion Row, Brandice Daniel wrote a list of her favourite spots in the neighbourhood where the Dapper Dan Studio Atelier is located. “Being in the Atelier makes me stand taller because understand that this is a culmination of years of sacrifice, endurance, and patience.