32 Italian Photographers: A Tribute to Phyllis Lambert

Exhibition, Octagonal gallery, 21 April 1999 to 26 September 1999

Thirty-two Italian photographers honour Phyllis Lambert, Founding Director and Chair of the CCA, on the occasion of her seventieth birthday. The exhibition reflects the concerns of Italian photographers since the 1970s and provides an overview of contemporary Italian photographic culture.

Included are photographers Andrea Abati, Cesare Ballardini, Marina Ballo Charmet, Olivo Barbieri, Gabriele Basilico, Nunzio Battaglia, Giannantonio Battistella, Roberto Bossaglia, Luca Campigotto, Vincenzo Castella, Alessandra Chemollo, Giovanni Chiaramonte, Mario Cresci, Paola de Pietri, Vittore Fossati, Moreno Gentili, Luigi Ghirri, Paolo Gioli, William Guerrieri, Guido Guidi, Mimmo Jodice, Martino Marangoni, Walter Niedermayr, Fulvio Orsenigo, Francesco Radino, Gloria Salvatori, George Tatge, Franco Vaccari, Fulvio Ventura, Silvio Wolf, Giovanni Zaffagnini, and Marco Zanta.

In recognition of Phyllis Lambert’s commitment and contribution to the art of photography, each of the photographers presented a work that is a personal vision of the built environment as a gift to the CCA Collection.

Curated by Paolo Costantini, CCA.

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