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Gucci announced a trilogy of photography exhibitions taking place in Hong Kong, Beijing and Taipei during the Spring Summer 2017, following the global release of A Magazine Curated By Alessandro Michele in November 2016.

Starting at Art Basel Hong Kong, Petra Collins’ intimate family portraits photographed in Budapest, Hungary take centre stage. Whilst days later, Coco Capitán’s now iconic handwritings and snapshots of Rome and Florence will be shown in Beijing. The final show transports an exhaustive portrait of Joshua Tree, California by Gia Coppola to Taipei. In addition to their photographic work exhibited in a fine art context, a selection of objects and prints from the pages of A Magazine Curated By Alessandro Michele will appear together for the first time in a cabinet of curiosities selected by A Magazine Curated By Editor in Chief and exhibition curator Dan Thawley. Each exhibition features an immersive projection room, inviting visitors to enter into the pages of the magazine in a psychedelic audio-visual collage that brings Alessandro Michele’s universe to life. – from Gucci

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all images by Petra Collins, courtesy of Gucci