“I love Italy” – great shots of the great photographer

“The past is always present not only in places but in people’s daily lives” – said about Italy Leonard Freed

Naples, 1956. Photo by Leonard Freed
Rome, 1958. Photo by Leonard Freed

He is considered among the world’s greatest photographers of the last century. Best known for his images of the movement for the emancipation of African Americans. But Freed had a special relationship with Italy, who visited dozens of times and he called one of the biggest sources of inspiration. His shots in Rome, Florence, Naples, Milan and Palermo in particular tell the human side of this country, as was also the style of empathic Freed.  See more great pictures from this great photographer …


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