The imagery of Italy and of Italian art is nested in the Alinari archive in Florence, which has trained and informed generations of tourists and art enthusiasts. Its photographic production and the collection of images and archives has been proceeding for 168 years, spanning three centuries, without interruption. The atelier was established in 1852, in the capital of the then Grand Duchy of Tuscany, by the three Alinari brothers, Giuseppe, Romualdo and Leopoldo, who began their activity as photographers some thirteen years after photography was born. In this weird year 2020, Alinari highlights two different and significant occasions. The first...
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