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Trophy Virginio Bruni Tedeschi
Catamaran regatta: April 2025 by "La Voile de Cavaliere" webcam

Created in tribute to Virginio Bruni-Tedeschi, lover of sailing and the Baie de Cavalière, the Trophy is a catamaran regatta open to all. Every year it is an opportunity for old instructors, new ones, apprentice sailors, pros, our loyal partners and spectators, to come together for 3 days of sailing, parties and unforgettable moments.
Virginio, born in Turin on September 20, 1960, took photographs every day, unfolding a poetic and spontaneous memory of the world around him. His images are now the artistic heritage of the Virginio Bruni Tedeschi Foundation. Produced between 1985 and 2005, they were presented for the first time in Paris in 2008 as part of the exhibition Mondo Uno Virginio Bruni Tedeschi, which brings together 42 black & white photographs and series of SX70 Polaroids.
Two years after Virginio's death at the age of 46, his wife Isabelle immersed herself in the 3,000 photos taken during her numerous travels from Patagonia to India, via Easter Island and Polynesia. This exhibition is accompanied by a book, Mondo Uno Virginio Bruni Tedeschi, designed and published under the direction of his wife and Karine Chahin. It opens with a text by photographer Jean-Baptiste Huynh. He mentions a portrait, which the disappearance of Virginio on July 5, 2006, did not allow him to create. The profit from the sale of books and photographs is always paid, in its entirety, to the Virginio Bruni Tedeschi Foundation. This was created in February 2007 in Turin to honor the artist's memory. This non-profit Foundation exclusively pursues social solidarity objectives by developing, through its own resources, projects and initiatives at the global level in the fields of education, medicine and research. Currently, following a partnership with UNESCO, the Foundation is involved in four countries in southern Africa particularly affected by AIDS: Leshoto, Namibia, Angola, Swaziland. The photographic exhibition has become traveling in order to spread the word to the four corners of the world

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