This exhibition of the Italian photographer Willy Rizzo at the Brazilian Museum of Sculpture in Sao Paulo offers a sensitive and revealing look at some of last century’s famous faces.
Willy Rizzo, one of the great portrait photographers of the twentieth century, presents his famous silver-print black-and-white portraits on 60 x 70 cm cartoline. A close friend of Coco Chanel, and the last person to photograph Marilyn Monroe, Willy Rizzo created the visual languages of legendary magazines like Paris Match, Vogue and Marie Claire. In this collection we see Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, Le Corbusier, Coco Chanel, the Nuremberg Trials, Brigitte Bardot .
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