Photos - Fotos: Bruno Barbey - The Italians - Part 1 - Bio - Links

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Bruno Barbey ITALY. Calabria region. 1966


Bruno Barbey 
ITALY. Campania region. 
Town of Milan. Train station. 1966


Bruno Barbey
  ITALY. Campania region. 
 Town of Naples. 1966

Bruno Barbey ITALY. 
Campania region. 
Town of Naples. 1966 


Bruno Barbey
  ITALY. Campania region. 
 Town of Naples. 1966


Bruno Barbey
  ITALY. Campania region. 
 Town of Naples. 1966
  

Bruno Barbey 
ITALY. Campania region. Town of Naples. 1966. 
At the opera


 Bruno Barbey 
ITALY. Campania region. Town of Naples. 1966. 
First communion


Bruno Barbey 
ITALY. Campania region. Town of Naples. 1966. 
Necropole


Bruno Barbey 
ITALY. Campania region. Town of Naples. 1966. 
Religious parade in the old quarter of the city.


Bruno Barbey 
ITALY. Campania region. Town of Naples. 1966. 
Sailors on shore


Bruno Barbey 
ITALY. Campania region. Town of Naples. 1966. 
Selling fish


Bruno Barbey 
ITALY. Campania region. Town of Naples. 1966. 
Watching a religious parade in the old part of the city


Bruno Barbey 
ITALY. Town of Naples. 1964 


Bruno Barbey
ITALY. Town of Naples. 1964.
Funeral procession 


The Italians
By Bruno Barbey
95 B/W pictures.

Publisher :
Editions de la Martinière, 2002.

Abrahams, New York, 2002.


 All rights reserved to the Magnum photo-agency, and the author.
 Only for educational, noncommercial purposes.
 



Bruno Barbey

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French, b.1941

Born in Morocco, Bruno Barbey studied photography and graphic arts at the Ecole des Arts et Métiers in Vevey, Switzerland (1959-60). From 1961 to 1964 he photographed the Italians as protagonists of a small 'theatrical world', with the aim of capturing photographically the spirit of a nation.
During that decade he was commissioned by Editions Rencontre in Lausanne to document European and African countries and was also a regular contributor to Vogue magazine. In 1964 Barbey began his relationship with Magnum Photos, and became an Associate member in 1966, and a full member in 1968, a year when he documented the political unrest and the French student riots in Paris.
Between 1979 and 1981, he photographed Poland at a turning point in its history, which he documented in a widely acclaimed book.
Over four decades, Bruno Barbey has journeyed across five continents and numerous world conflicts, though he does not consider himself a war photographer, he nevertheless covered the civil war in Nigeria, Vietnam, the Middle East, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Ireland, Iraq and Kuwait.
His work has appeared in most major magazines in the world. A prolific author who often exposes and expresses himself in book form, Barbey is especially known for his free and harmonious use of color and has frequently worked in Morocco, the country of his childhood. In 1999, the Petit Palais (Musee des Beaux Arts) of the city of Paris, produced a large exhibition of his photographs taken in Morocco during the past 30 years. He has received numerous awards for his work, including the French "National Order of Merit", the "Oversees Press Club Award", and the "University of Missouri Photojournalism Award".
He has been exhibited internationally and his photographs are in the collection of numerous museums.




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