The exhibit Emil Otto Hoppé: Unveiling a Secret - Industrial photographs, 1912-1937, is on at Mast Photogallery in Bologna, with 190 unseen images on industry and labour, taken between 1912 and 1937 in various countries: USA as well as India, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand, among them. It’s a tribute to one of the most important photographers (the London National Portrait Gallery dedicated a solo exhibition in 2011), who nonetheless remained quite unknown until recently.
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