Saturday, September 26, 2015

Stunning Black-and-White Photographs of Rome, Italy in 1956

In 1956 a young William Klein, painter, graphic artist and photographer, veteran of the success of his book-photo diary of New York, arrives in Rome called by Fellini as an assistant director of his new film, "Nights of Cabiria." The film will suffer delays but Klein in Rome, with his camera, runs long the city in the company of Fellini and other exceptional guides (Pasolini Flaiano, Moravia, etc.).. The atmosphere is magical in the fifties and the young American photographer who will make Rome a new photographic fresco, masterful and powerful.

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