Gianni Berengo Gardin

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If photography has ever had an Italian interpreter, a dedicated artisan, a mate, a lover, he is certainly Gianni Berengo Gardin.

This book is the most comprehensive collection of his images ever made. Besides conversations with Goffredo Fofi and Frank Horvat, it contains a self-annotated bio-bibliography. The 11 chapters are introduced by Sandro Fusina.

A rare book, accompanying a large exhibition opening in Paris in 2005 and traveling to Europe and the United States.

Born in 1930,Gianni Berengo Gardin devoted himself early to photography. His pictures feature a deep humanity tinged with irony that turned him into one of the most significant recorders of contemporary society. His pictures are collected in over 200 books, in numerous exhibitions, and in international museums such as The Museum of Modern Art in New York.

 

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Contents

Diario ilei paese Italia Mezzo secolo Oi fotografie incontro con Goffredo Fofi pagina
7
lavoro quotidiano pagina 52
28
Paesaggi con figure pagina 236
368
Le introduzioni ai capitoli sono di Sandro Fusina sf
404
Heri a cura di Floriana Pagano pagina
420
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About the author (2005)

A photographer since 1954, Gianni Berengo Gardin is the most active, fertile and representative author in the Italian scene. He has received many important awards that confirmed his role as a sensitive and sympathetic interpreter of the Italian and European reality.

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