FORMA Foundation for photography in Milan has just opened the first retrospective dedicated to Nino Migliori, one of the italian masters of photography. In the 50s he was one of the protagonists of the great Italian neo-realist movement. The exhibition brings together his famous pictures and never-before-seen work and includes photographs from the 40's and 50's, the Wall series, the off-camera experiments, the famous polaroids, and examples of his work up to the present day, including his most recent installations. A book published by Contrasto accompanies the exhibition.
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