This year’s talks will take place in a hybrid form: live in the physical space at Base Milano and recorded and stremead on the PhotoVogue platform (on the following days). The panelists ranging from artists to leading figures in the photographic industry, will be at Base or connected digitally to the panel. 

In line with the mission of the festival, the focus of the talks of this edition will range from photojournalism to fashion photography.

The program:

November 16th

 6.30 PM CET Alfredo Jaar: Teach Us to Outgrow our Madness (ENG)

November 17th

  • 2 PM CET Conscious Dreams. Alessia Glaviano in conversation with Elliot & Erick Jiménez and Victoria Ruiz (ENG)
  • 3 PM CET On Being A Woman. Francesca Marani in conversation with Ashley Markle, Bettina Pittaluga, Jaimy Gail, Rachel Lamb and Nikita Yusman (ENG)
  • 4 PM CET A new kind of beauty. Francesca Ragazzi in conversation with Aart Verrips, Jara García Azor, Tara Laure Claire and Viridiana (ENG)
  • 5 PM CET Telling our own story: the aesthetics of decolonization. Chiara Bardelli Nonino in conversation with Delali Ayivi, Imraan Christian, Kin Chan, Silvana Trevale and Xavier Scott Marshall (ENG)
  • 6 PM CET Who am I? A conversation around Identity. Willy Ndatira in conversation with Jo Fetto, Ines Vansteenkiste-Muylle and Samuel Trotter (ENG)
  • 7 PM CET What is Vogue Now: 130 Years of Shaping Culture. Yashica Olden – Condé Nast Senior Vice President People, Chief of Diversity and Inclusion Officer – in conversation with Edward Enninful – European Editorial Director, Vogue (ENG)

November 18th

November 19th

All the talks will be in ENG

November 20th

The event, under the patronage of the City of Milan, is made possible thanks to the contribution of partners Audi, CONAI, Crivelli, FLOS, Gucci Beauty and Xiaomi. We thank Radio Monte Carlo, Studio RM, Urban Vision, Voice and Westwing.


Dates: November 17-20, 2022

Location: BASE Milano, Via Bergognone, 34, 20144 Milano MI, Italy


November 16: Alfredo Jaar’s talk 6.30 p.m.

November 17: 2 p.m. – 9 p.m.

November 18-20: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Entrance is free.

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