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Date(s) - 5 May, 2021 - 29 Aug, 2021
10:00 am - 7:30 pm

Galleria Sozzani


About the exhibition

In 1959 Paolo Di Paolo was a 34 year-old who had been photographing for five years for the historic monthly magazine “Il Mondo” and its art director Mario Pannunzio; Pier Paolo Pasolini was a promising 37year-old writer (he was not yet a film director). The two young men, who did not know each other, were entrusted with a report on the Italian Summer Holidays.

The works on display

The result is an extraordinary story in pictures by Paolo Di Paolo accompanied by texts by Pier Paolo Pasolini, “La lunga strada di sabbia”. “MILANO (fotografie 1956-1962)” is the second exhibition, and presents a selection of Di Paolo’s images dedicated to the city he was so in love with because it is so different from Rome: “It was like going abroad…”. An unprecedented gaze of a beautiful Milan and its former mists.

Tickets and Information

Full ticket: 6 euro
Reduced ticket: 3 euro

For additional information, please check fondazionesozzani.org

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