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Later in the century, neorealism developed in the plastic arts and photography, forming a movement out of which emerged pioneering artists such as photographer Nino Migliori. Now 88 years old, Migliori took up photography in 1948 . Migliori was present at the opening Thursday evening and appeared honored and proud to be exhibiting his photographs for the first time in Lebanon.Through Migliori's photographic lens, viewers are greeted with an insightful portrayal of Italy."Walls," "Le Temps Ralenti" (Idle Time), "Antimemoire" (Anti-Memory), "Herbarium" and "Hyrdrogrammes" are among the series of Migliori's photographs on show. Migliori's talent does not lie only in rendering photography interesting to the viewer's eye, but also in his experimental approach to the photographer's tools.Photographs of Bologna (Migliori's hometown), children playing in the streets and swimmers convey a simple yet joyful representation of Migliori's country.
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