Bruno Barbey . Los italianos


La Fábrica

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The publication of an essential classic of Italian documentary and social photography.

50 years later, The Italians, the book that Robert Delpire dreamed of to complete the saga of Robert Frank's The Americans (1958) and René Burri's The Germans (1963), has been published.

A collective portrait of Italy between 1962 and 1966 in which Bruno Barbey, one of the greats of contemporary photography, captures the soul of the nation.

Bruno Barbey . Los italianos

Pages 184
Images 86
Language Spanish
Format 21x18.5 cm
Publisher La Fábrica
Edition 2022
ISBN 978-84-18934-44-5
Hardback binding

Bruno Barbey (Morocco, 1941 - France, 2020) is one of the great figures of contemporary photography. He trained in photography and graphic arts, was a photojournalist for the Magnum agency, became a commissioner for Editions Rencontré in Lausanne for Africa and Europe and was an assistant for Vogue. He spent most of his professional career in Italy, Switzerland and France. He travelled to all five continents. In 1985 he received the French National Order of Merit and in 2016 he was elected member of the Academy of Fine Arts of the Institut de France.

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