The Rosella and Phillip Rolla Foundation, in Bruzella, Switzerland, currently holds an exhibition entitled American Dream with evocative photographs by major photographers who pictured the United States in the second part of the 20th century. “The American dream was never my dream,” says collector Phillip Rolla. “I gave it up for good in 1962, when my university studies had come...
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