“Camera” magazine, published since the early 1920s in Switzerland, became an international point of reference for photography during the 1950s and 1960s, thanks to the work of Romeo Martinez (1911-1990), who was its editor from 1953 to 1964. This phase is reconstructed in the exhibition via the most significant issues of “Camera” and photographic documentation concerning the most important phases of Martinez’ work, with special reference to his presence in the city of Venice. Material from his own private archive are also on display.
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