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Saturday December 24, 2022
Film Review: Rediscovered, Paolo Di Paolo — A Photographer Who Abandoned Photography
The photographer Paolo Di Paolo, now 97, has been called, by some, the Henri Cartier-Bresson of Italy – that is, by those who are familiar with his work. You can’t help noticing the similarities between Di Paolo and the witty French master of haphazard configurations of light and darkness, who saw endless odd juxtapositions in everyday situations.