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Romano Cagnoni is an Italian photographer who spent most of his professional life based in London. Romano Cagnoni used to photograph sculptures in the small town of Pietrasanta, Tuscany, which is famous for its sculpture studios. In 1958, he moved to London, UK, where he lived for 30 years. Here, he started working as a freelance photographer contributing to different European magazines. He worked with Simon Guttmann (a founder of modern photojournalism with Robert Capa, Felix Mann, Kurt Hutton, Henri Cartier-Bresson, etc.).
He was the first western non-communist photographer to be allowed in North of Vietnam with the distinguished British journalist James Cameron. Cambodia, Nigeria during the civil war, Israel, Northern Ireland, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, Chechnya, Kosovo, were the ...

Chelsea, London - Romano Cagnoni

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Chelsea, London, 1964

Silver gelatin print
57.9 x 38.5 cms
(22.75 x 15.13 in)

Price: £2500

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