Alfa Castaldi has been a key figure of italian photography from the early ‘50s till his death in 1995. Starting as a news photoreporter in the Milan literary scene based at the famous Bar Jamaica with Ugo Mulas and Mario Dondero, he produced a number of photo essays on cultural, artistic and social events for the major magazines of the time.
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