The Ladybug and her journey through the heart of Italy

The Ladybug Chronicles Cartier Bresson E gli Altri (8)

Italy seen through the eyes of the most famous international photographers in the last 80 years: this is the main theme of the exhibition “Henri Cartier Bresson & gli altri” that ended last February at The Palazzo della Ragione in Milan. The exhibit presented more than 200 photographs, starting from Henri Cartier Bresson and his long trip to Italy, to Robert Capa – in Italy during the Second World War -, to Salgado and the last Sicilian tuna fishermen, to Helmut Newton and his night pictures of Rome.

The Ladybug Chronicles Cartier Bresson E gli Altri (1)

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The Ladybug Chronicles Cartier Bresson E gli Altri (4)

The Ladybug Chronicles Cartier Bresson E gli Altri (2)

But also Milan, Palermo, Venice through the eyes of Herbert List, Steve McCurry, Paul Strand and many others…a wonderful exhibit that I visited quite by mistake because I wasn’t in the mood to go back home after work and decided to head to the city center and to join my friend who wanted to visit it.

The medieval Palazzo della Ragione makes a wonderful frame for this beautiful exhibition as well as the beautiful Loggia dei Mercanti just outside in the amazing Piazza dei Mercanti.

I wore navy coat from Max&Co (I got this beautiful coat during the last winter sales!), Zara navy culottes, striped shirt and animal print booties, Miu Miu handbag.

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The Ladybug Chronicles Cartier Bresson E gli Altri (6)

The Ladybug Chronicles Cartier Bresson E gli Altri (9)

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