Photography: Doisneau show in Bologna reopens on May 21

At Palazzo Pallavicini 143 images by Parisian artist

05 May, 18:04

    (ANSAmed) - BOLOGNA, MAY 5 - The doors of Palazzo Pallavicini, in Bologna, will reopen to the public on May 21 to showcase images shot by the author of the most discussed 'kiss' in the history of photography. The photo is among 143 shots on display for the exhibit on 'street photography' taken by Parisian photographer Robert Doisneau. The show was suspended after just two days in March due to the COVID-19 emergency and was extended until July 21 with a limited number of visitors admitted and social distancing measures.

    The show is a result of the project by Francine Deroudille and Annette Doisneau, the photographer's daughters, who selected from 450,000 negatives produced in over 60 years of activity autobiographical images of the artist, the author of 'Le baiser de l'hotel de ville', among the most famous images of post-WWII.

    The photos portray grey outskirts of Paris, factories and shops, the war seen from the Resistance, people at work or celebrating, the countryside, meetings with artists and celebrities.(ANSAmed).

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