Preface by Carlo Tognoli, Daniel Salem and Franco Sartori (curator).
Introductory texts by Maddalena Sisto.
Publisher: Edizioni Conde Nast, Milan, 1984, First Edition
Grey cloth hardback, with silver title, silver dust jacket, 30x23 cm, 510 Pages, Profusely illustrated throughout with black-and-white photographs
Condition: Very good
20 Years of Vogue 1964-1984 is the official catalogue that accompanied the homonymous exhibition that celebrated the first 20 years of Vogue Italia. The catalogue is an extensive encyclopedia of all the photographers who contributed to the pages of Vogue Italia, with a short text and examples of their work - from Richard Avedon to Bruce Weber, passing through David Bailey, Cecil Beaton, Guy Bourdin, Peter Lindbergh, Ugo Mulas, Herb Ritts, Paolo Roversi, Snowdon, Deborah Turbeville and many others. The final sections consist of portraits of all the famous people who have graced the pages of the magazine, including artists, singers, actors, actresses, models, stylists and photographers themselves. A simple but incredibly complete publication with all the main protagonists of fashion, photography and European arts in the 60s, 70s and 80s.