Italy's 'Che Tempo Che Fa' welcomes David LaChapelle 

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Italy's most beloved television host Fabio Fazio welcomes David LaChapelle for a conversation about art, vision, his career and the upcoming book release from TASCHEN.

The live interview can be seen here:


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From the RAI3 press release:

It will be a full episode of topical issues to Chetempochefa of April 23, broadcast on RAI-3 from 20: starting with politics, with the Minister of Justice Andrea Orlando , who in the primaries next Sunday will challenge Matteo Renzi and Michele Emiliano for the secretary of the Democratic Party. Guest at Fabio Fazio desk will then be the great photographer David LaChapelle hyperrealist. These days, until September 10, a selection of his images are on display at the Casa dei Tre Oci in Venice in the exhibition "Lost + Found". It also discusses the movies with Elio Germano and Micaela Ramazzotti protagonists with Giovanna Mezzogiorno, Greta Scacchi and Renato Carpentieri of the new film by Gianni Amelio "Tenderness", in cinemas from April 24. In the preview rapper Willie Peyote who will sing in the studio, "I'm not racist, but ...". Music also with Jain, which will offer live her new single "Makeba". With Fabio Fazio also Luciana Littizzetto, who reads the news with his irony and his humor, and will the presence of Filippa Lagerback.
At the table of the second part of the transmission back regular guests with the surreal comedy Nino Frassica, questions impossible Gigi Marzullo, the sympathy of Orietta Berti and Vincenzo Salemme. At the table there will Roby and Francesco Facchinetti protagonists of the show "50 ways to kill Daddy" on the air on April 25 on RAI-2. Roberto Giacobbo will talk about his new book "The man who stopped the apocalypse." Stefania Rocca is in the cast of the television series "From father to daughter" by Cristina Comencini, broadcast on RAI 1. Will recount his story the young violinist Giovanni Andrea Zanon, who has the distinction of being the youngest student admitted to the conservatory in Italy's history. The athlete of the week is the Olympic champion cyclist Elia Viviani.