30 March-27 May.
The well-known American photographer Leonard Freed, a member of the Magnum photographic agency from 1972, described his relationship with Italy as a love story. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he travelled to Europe for the first time in 1952. In 1954 he moved to Little Italy, New York, beginning what was to become a constant connection with the Italian universe that led him to visit Italy 45 times throughout his life. This exhibition presents a selection of 100 black and white photographs of life in Italy, and includes works from a photographic anthology about Rome, which he left unfinished at his death in 2006.