In 1949 the young American photographer Cuchi White came to Europe for the first time. She discovered Italy and fell in love. She felt much more comfortable in the old continent that in her home country. Her photographs were influenced by the social commitment of the Photo League and tell of an Italy where to hope is a duty.
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