Gianni Berengo Gardin is one of the most prominent Italian photographers of the post-war era. This book is the most complete retrospective of his work to date, with 250 images presented in eleven sections, each of them introduced by brief texts elaborating on his career and celebrating his acutely humane eye. Featuring three interviews with Berengo Gardin himself, conducted specially for this collection, this is a compelling story of a life in photography.
Thames & Hudson Ltd
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