In this ultimate volume, Mario Giacomelli’s most appreciated collection of landscapes, street scenes, still life, and portraits of everyday Italian life are combined with a unique and unseen new series.
Mario Giacomelli (1925–2000) is one of the most well-known photographers. His work has won many international prizes and has been exposed all over the world. This book is a survey of Giacomelli’s work, showcasing more than 150 photographs. It is an astonishing collection of his masterpieces.
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Born in Senigallia (Italy), August 1st,1925. At the age of thirteen, apprentice in a small printers' firm in Senigallia, which he later owned. Began as a painter and amateur poet. Photographer (self-taught) from 1954. Died in Senigallia in 2000.Review:
"A magnificent introduction to one of Europe's greatest photographic talents."-World of Interiors "his monograph skilfully rehearses one of the most extraordinary, original and engaging careers in photography."-Mark Haworth-Booth, Times Literary Supplement "A wonderful surprise."-(Black & White Magazine
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