Ugo Mulas

Ugo Mulas (1928-1973) is considered the most important italian photographer of postwar period. He started taking photos of the “mythical” Milan of bar Jamaica and became one of the most relevant italian photojournalist, as well as an innovator of “industrial” photography. His name is also connected to the avant-garde art movements of the 60's and the 70's, Mulas becoming their supporter and interpreter.
Ugo Mulas - Danimarca 1961
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Humboldt Books - Time Travel
In 1961, L'Illustrazione Italiana sends critic Giorgio Zampa and photographer Ugo Mulas to carry out a reportage in Denmark. Along their meetings with writer Karen Blixen or Nobel Prize Nils Bohr, the two correspondents also witness the new manifestations of the Scandinavian lifestyle, characterized by its design and its modern habitats.

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