The exhibition Il Diaframma 1967-1996: una storia italiana just closed at Palazzo Giureconsulti. It was April, the 13th. Almost forty years ago. During that very spring in 1967 the first European gallery completely dedicated to photography opened in Milan thanks to Lanfranco Colombo, to his passion and to his strong will to have photography discovered and known. The location was...
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