Round Table Conversation

14.03.2024 – 18.00 H.


Angelo Ferracuti / writer and reporter

Ingrid Tamborin / African fashion advisor

Chiara Bardelli Nonino / curator and editor

Jean-Léonard Touadi / journalist, writer and international relations expert

Alessia Glaviano / head of Global Photo Vogue


Moderated by

Marco Trovato / editorial director of Africa magazine 

On Thursday 14 March, 6 p.m. in the museum’s conference room, there will be a round table discussion on the work and life of Daniele Tamagni, starting with the book published by the German publisher Kehrer Verlag.

Come join us to listen to many in-depth discussion topics related to the photographer, from his vision of fashion as identity and social redemption in the ‘peripheries’ of the world, to the impact of Daniele’s images in the world of fashion and beyond, to the precious human and professional legacy he left behind.


Palazzo Morando | Costume Moda Immagine

Free entrance by reservation (subject to availability)

Daniele, born in Milano (Italy), elevated his passion to a professional level in 2007, when he received the Canon Young Photographer Award, followed by ICP Infinity and World Press Photo Awards.

As the accolade of accomplishments and publications prove, he became a leading photographer. This despite a severe health condition marking the last four years of his life.

He harnessed his broad knowledge of art, his passion for style and fashion, his love for Africa and its diaspora, his evident inspirational capacity, to become a reference to generations of like-minded individuals all over the globe.

Daniele Tamagni Foundation will promote his legacy, supporting young photographers, who share his values, to become qualified professionals and positive agents of change.