This exhibition pays tribute to Ando Gilardi, the photographer and art historian, who passed away in March. Olive & Bulloni consists of a series of historical photographs taken by Gilardi in the 1950s and 60s, with several publications and documents of the time, including a few issues of the magazine Lavoro, the publication for the CGIL (Italian General Federation of Labour) founded in 1948 by Giuseppe di Vittorio and directed by Gianni Toti from 1952 to 1958. For which Gilardi was the editor.
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