- Mario de Biasi, Gli italiani si voltano, Milano (The italians turn around, Milan), 1954 Gelatin silver print. © Archivio Mario de Biasi, courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York
- Mario Giacomelli, Scanno (boy), 1957 Gelatin silver print; printed © Eredi Mario Giacomello, courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York
- Stefano Robino, Paolo e Fernando Gavi, 1958 © Archivio Stefano Robino, courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York
Through the lens of neorealism, The New Beginning for Italian Photography: 1945-1965 explores how photographers documented daily realities during the two decades after World War II.
Among the photographers in the exhibition are Carlo Bavagnoli, who photographed in working-class neighborhoods in Rome, and later contributed to Life magazine; Mario de Biasi, who began taking pictures in 1944 with a camera found in the rubble of Nuremberg; Sante Vittorio Malli, who dedicated himself to portraits and landscapes, and established the photo group, Il Naviglio, in 1956; Franco Pinna, who took his first photographs in Rome in 1944, during the arrival of the Allied troops; and Stefano Robino, an artist and designer known for his cultured and elegant style.
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