Carlo Mollino. A occhio nudo. L'opera fotografica 1934-1973. Ediz. italiana e inglese (Monografie)

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9788895849058: Carlo Mollino. A occhio nudo. L'opera fotografica 1934-1973. Ediz. italiana e inglese (Monografie)
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Attraverso 140 opere che vanno dal 1936 al 1973, ed alcuni disegni e materiali storici a loro legati, il volume svela i "mondi fotografici" di Mollino: l'architettura, lo sci e, sopratutto, l'importante corpus dei ritratti femminili, scanditi da tre nette cesure temporali: l'anteguerra, gli anni '50 e le Polaroid negli anni '60/'70. Fin dagli anni '30 Mollino appunta la sua attenzione a cogliere il senso della fotografia, della sua specificità, che è ben disgiunta da quella della pittura. L'argomento è tutt'altro che scontato in quella prima metà del '900 e con grande perizia Mollino lo affronta e lo risolve, con i molti temi che toccano questa "nuova" arte. Mollino, professore presso il Politecnico di Torino, fonda un laboratorio di fotografia nella Facoltà di Architettura. Considera la fotografia come opportuno strumento per intervenire ancora sulle proprie opere edificate esaltando con ogni artificio tecnico e persino letterario l'autentico spirito dei suoi interni e degli edifici. Il vero soggetto delle sue fotografie appare essere costituito, salvo alcune eccezioni tra gli anni 30-40, esclusivamente da ritratti femminili ed è specificatamente molliniano nel suo nascondimento. È una donna esclusivamente fotografica, l'autentico amore di Mollino.

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Mollino s work always consists in unique pieces , whether he created pieces of fornitures or phtographs. The elitist architect had never produced editions of his photographs and he signed less than 40 photographs, unique copies often retouched. Through 140 photographs from 1936 to 1973 and some drawings and related historical objects, the catalogue reveals the photographic worlds of Mollino: architecture, ski and the important corpus of women s portraits, realized in three different periods: the years before the Second World War, the 1950s and the Polaroids of the 1960s/1970s. Since the 1930s Mollino has focused his attention on the real sense of photography and its specificity, so different from the specificity of painting. The issue was open in those years and Mollino handled and worked it out in his critical essay. Mollino, professor at the Politecnico of Turin, founded a photographic laboratory at the Faculty of Architecture. He considered photography as an opportunity to work again on his buildings enhancing with every possible technical and literary artifice the authentic spirit of his interiors and buildings. The real subject of his photographs seems to be exclusively constitued by women s portraits, apart from some exceptions in the 1930s and 1940s, and the hiding place for their realization is specifically molliniano (Mollino lived at night, he threw off his traces, he didn t answer the telephone). We know that in his photographic work he didn t simply portray his models, but he left us a Message from his Darkroom: a woman made up with lots of faces, bodies and expressions. It s a photographic woman, the authentic love of Mollino.

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