Fifty years after the Le Corbusier’s death, the Studio Willy Rizzo is presenting a selection of original prints of color and black-and-white portraits of the architect. Starting in 1953, Willy Rizzo shot a series of portraits of Le Corbusier in different locations, many of them in color.
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