2015
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5836/2015.02.006
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Abstract: The article describes the activity of two Italian photographers: Carlo Bavagnoli (1932) and Mario Dondero (1928).In particular, it focuses on their debuts in the world of photojournalism in Italy since the early 1950s. First, it offers an overview of the national photographic research in the post-Second World War, underlining a significant evolution compared with the past and the complexity of the directions undertaken. Then, in the outlined context, it studies the work of the two photographers and their appr…

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