Fabrizio Trunzo, born in 1874, after finishing compulsory school and after a stint in the world of work, moves to Milan to study as a graphic designer at the Istituto Salesiano. He then enrols in a private art academy and finally realizes a big dream of his by obtaining the official “Master of Art Diploma” at the Istituto Statale d’Arte (State Art Institute) of Imperia. He perfects his training by frequenting photography courses offered by Canon and by other private institutes specializing in still-life, but particularly in naturalistic and journalistic reportage. In the professional domain he starts a collaboration as...
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