‘Eddie Vedder’ gets his own digital photography exhibition at the Milan Museum
Digital photography enthusiast Eddie Vedder is set to launch a collection of his personal works on his own website.
The musician and digital enthusiast will release a digital collection of works of art and photography, starting with his work in a new digital exhibition at his Milan Museum.
Vedder, whose music has been covered by the likes of Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and Miley Cyrus, said the project is inspired by his love of art.
“I’m very much a collector, and in the past, my interest in art has been mostly focused on photography,” he said.
“Now I want to bring the same passion to the digital world.”
Vedner said his collection is focused on the personal as well as the social, including his work with his wife, Lisa.
“This is the first project in which I’m putting a digital exhibition of my work,” he told the BBC.
“It’s going to be very interactive and educational for everyone.”
The whole project will be on the web so people can look at my photos and see their own reflections and thoughts.
“People can also get in touch to get advice and get a sense of the journey that I have taken with my photography.”
Vidder said the collection is inspired to “celebrate the creative power of art, while highlighting the social issues it raises.”
Ventura said the exhibition, entitled ‘Eggs for the World’, will also feature photographs and a documentary about Vedder’s life.
“There’s an amazing number of photographs from around the world that show his life, his work, his love for art and the people that have embraced it,” she said.
VenueThe exhibition is set for its launch at the same time as the launch of a new online platform for artists, which will also launch on Friday.
VenuesVenueVenueSistine Chapel in Florence will be the venue for the new digital edition, and it will be open to the public from Friday, March 31, to Monday, April 2.