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Leonardo Bezzola

Photographs 1948-2007

With an Essay by André Kamber and a Preface by Clarenza Catullo
The Swiss photographer Leonardo Bezzola has created a vast and manifold oeuvre over the past sixty years. His work has ranged from reportages and portraits to artistic impressions and documentary series. Leonardo Bezzola, Photographs 1948–2007 documents his entire career, investigating the multitude of ways he approaches his photographic subjects.
Bezzola’s portraits of writers, street views, impressions of his journeys, and trademark black-and-white images of race cars, Venetian canals, and objects from everyday life are all featured here alongside a contextual essay by noted art historian André Kamber. Published to coincide with an exhibition of Bezzola’s work in Venice, this is the ultimate survey of one of Switzerland’s most prolific photographers.

200 pages | 330 halftones | 8 1/2 x 12 | © 2008

Art: Photography

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Table of Contents

The Story of a Friendship

Clarenza Catullo

Bezzola takes his photo

André Kamber

In Search of Contrasting Tones

Carlo Montanaro




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