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Carlo Mollino: Photographs 1956-1962.
Photographs by Carlo Mollino. Edited and with essays by Napoleone Ferrari and Fulvio Ferrari.
Museo Casa Mollino, Torino, 2006. 336 pp., 352 color illustrations, 10x11½".

Publisher's Description
The Italian architect and designer Carlo Mollino held photography dear—it was one of his great passions and favorite means of expression, and an excellent way to enjoy another great passion, women. The photographs gathered here were all set in one of Mollino’s private apartments, which he refurbished especially for this purpose. An advocate of retouching, as documented in his treatise, The Message from the Dark Room, Mollino also painted on his photos or negatives. Most of what appears here has been revised, most bodies sculpted and reshaped, and visibly so now that time has altered the color of the prints, revealing his handiwork. This portfolio, spanning from 1956 to 1962, ends just before Mollino’s Polaroid work of the 60s. It was made using a Leica and color negative film, and has never been published before.

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