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Elisabetta Catalano

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Born in Rome, an autodidact, Catalano started her business by collaborating with various magazines including L'Espresso and Vogue. In 1963 she appeared in Federico Fellini's 8½. Her first solo exhibition, Uomini, was held in 1973 at the Il Cortile Gallery in Rome and at the Galleria Milano in Milan and it consisted of portraits of male artists. In 1978 the Boston Polaroid Company commissioned her the exhibition Faces and Facades, consisting in a series of portraits of famous directors on Polaroid sheets. In 1980 she directed a short film about the French painter and photographer J.-H. Lartigue. In the 1980s she held the exhibition People of the French culture at the Carnavalet Museum in Paris, and the photographs were later purchased by the New Museum of Photography in Paris for their permanent collection. In 1992 the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna in Rome held a retrospective of her work. Her last exhibition Le Collezioni, Non basta ricordare (Italian for: "The Collections, not just remember") was staged in 2014 at the MAXXI Museum in Rome.



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US Vogue July 1970

"You're Going to Love the Way You Look in the New Fashion"
Models/Stars: Contessa Consuelo Crespi, Mary Russell, Candice Bergen, Marisa Berenson, Birgitta af Klercker, Lynn Sutherland, Elizabeth Princess of Toro, Charlene Dash, Cynthia Korman, Marina Schiano, Gunilla Lindblad, Jean Shrimpton, Diane de Monbrison, Udo Kier, Charly Stember & Unknowns
Photographers: Elisabetta Catalano, Horst P. Horst, Bert Stern, Gianni Penati, Guy Martineau, Jean Pierre Zachariasen, Patrick Litchfield & Alexis Waldeck
Hair: Sergio, Jean-Louis David, Franklyn Welsh & François









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