The Italian Photobook 1931-1941

by Giorgio Grillo


Photographs: Giorgio Grillo

Text: Girogio Grillo

Publisher: Danilo Montanari

300 pages

Year: 2020

ISBN: 9788885449541

Price: 46

Comments: Softcover with flaps, booklet with English text, illustrated throughout 170 x 240 mm

This publication examines the most interesting and innovative photographic books appearing in the decade in which “modern” photography developed in Italy. The medium at that time oscillated between autonomous visual research (starting from the new experimentalism of the Futurists) and a “functional” use of photographic illustration in the two parallel and often intersecting fields of advertising and propaganda. In tracing the brief and intense history of graphic and photographic modernism in Italy, the book presents about 100 works by several of the period’s leading figures: Antonio Boggeri, Erberto Carboni, Franco Grignani, Bruno Munari, Giuseppe Pagano, and Luigi Veronesi.


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The Italian Photobook 1931-1941

by Giorgio Grillo


Photographs: Giorgio Grillo

Text: Girogio Grillo

Publisher: Danilo Montanari

300 pages

Year: 2020

ISBN: 9788885449541

Price: 46

Comments: Softcover with flaps, booklet with English text, illustrated throughout 170 x 240 mm

This publication examines the most interesting and innovative photographic books appearing in the decade in which “modern” photography developed in Italy. The medium at that time oscillated between autonomous visual research (starting from the new experimentalism of the Futurists) and a “functional” use of photographic illustration in the two parallel and often intersecting fields of advertising and propaganda. In tracing the brief and intense history of graphic and photographic modernism in Italy, the book presents about 100 works by several of the period’s leading figures: Antonio Boggeri, Erberto Carboni, Franco Grignani, Bruno Munari, Giuseppe Pagano, and Luigi Veronesi.


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The Italian Photobook 1931-1941

by Giorgio Grillo


Photographs: Giorgio Grillo

Text: Girogio Grillo

Publisher: Danilo Montanari

300 pages

Year: 2020

ISBN: 9788885449541

Price: 46

Comments: Softcover with flaps, booklet with English text, illustrated throughout 170 x 240 mm

This publication examines the most interesting and innovative photographic books appearing in the decade in which “modern” photography developed in Italy. The medium at that time oscillated between autonomous visual research (starting from the new experimentalism of the Futurists) and a “functional” use of photographic illustration in the two parallel and often intersecting fields of advertising and propaganda. In tracing the brief and intense history of graphic and photographic modernism in Italy, the book presents about 100 works by several of the period’s leading figures: Antonio Boggeri, Erberto Carboni, Franco Grignani, Bruno Munari, Giuseppe Pagano, and Luigi Veronesi.


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more books tagged »Italian« | >> see all

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more books tagged »black and white« | >> see all

more books tagged »vintage« | >> see all

more books tagged »Italien« | >> see all

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