Brian Duffy (June 15th, 1933 – May 31st, 2010) was an English photographer and film producer. Duffy worked for Vogue and shot pictures of the most important artists, rock stars, and writers in the 1960s and 70s, until he suddenly abandoned his camera at the height of his career in 1979, and burned most of his negatives. The Alinari photography museum in Florence is the first in Italy to host this exhibit of Duffy's works, curated by his son Chris through years of work in the archives. From January 12th to May 20th, you can admire the magnificent works of this genius!
INFO From January 12th to May 20th, 2012 MNAF - Alinari National Museum of Photography Piazza Santa Maria Novella 14a r, Florence
Openin times: every day 10.00am-7.30pm Close on Wednesday
Ticket: € 9,00; reduced € 7,50
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