A monograph devoted to a complex artist perhaps unique in the italian artistic panorama.
A monograph devoted to a complex artist perhaps unique in the italian artistic panorama. A complex artist, capable of expressing himself in a wide range of different media, from painting to graphic design, the theatre and drawings, Luigi Veronesi was also a great photographer. His work explored the expressive potential of forms, the role of colour and the sense of space with results related to the abstractionism. This volume appraises the photographic production of the Milanese artist, who died in 1998 at the age of 90, and traces a development which has left a profound impression on the history of photography.