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Oliviero Toscani Photos

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    Luxury – 2015

    ELLE is the magazine for which Oliviero Toscani has worked the most, and in turn he himself is the photographer with the most presence in the magazine's history. There are many monographic issues entirely made by Toscani and this photograph comes from one of them, dedicated to the theme of luxury.
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  • Biglie colorate 1990 Oliviero Toscani foto
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    Colored marbles – 1990

    In photography, with the union of black and white you can create all colors.
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    Beth Ditto – 2009

    Beth Ditto was a defender of LGBT rights and then leader of the musical group Gossip. This photograph became a cover of Rolling Stone Italia magazine in 2009.
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    Le Bambole – 1973

    During the Salone del Mobile in Milan, Oliviero Toscani creates the first photograph that represents Made in Italy, where he combines design and fashion. This photograph will open up a new language of communication.
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    Pubis – 1993

    This photograph is part of a series exhibited at the Venice Biennial in 1993. Submerged by the banal vulgarity of calendars that proliferate like mushrooms, this image is misunderstood, and accused of apologia for the thought that sees women as object. Nothing could be more wrong. This photograph is finally an ode, on a grand scale, to the ease and authenticity of women. And the aesthetic affinity that most reminds this image of its meaning is not to be found in the history of art (Gustave Courbet's “L'origine du Monde”), but in the front pages of newspapers that showed, in the 1970s, endless parades of women joining the index finger and thumb of their right hand with those of their left hand and raising, exultant, their arms to the sky.
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    Razza Umana

    Razza Umana is the result of a collective subject, the study of Oliviero Toscani in the reality of approval and globalization. He gives us, with Its frontal view, an infinite gallery of portraits that confirm the role of art in photography: to represent a value that is the coexistence of differences. The one and only real purpose of art is to bear witness to the human condition. Oliviero Toscani was always interested in human imperfection. Within human imperfection we can find all possible creativity, art is the result of the pursuit of perfection, to which we all aspire.
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    Mother and child – 1980

    Oliviero Toscani collaborated with Prenatal for a long time. This is one of the most iconic photographs of the brand that has become a reference point for mothers all over the world.
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    Wolf and lamb – 1990

    Oliviero Toscani often plays on the overturning of stereotypes and then a lamb becomes black and a wolf becomes white.
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  • Arabo e Israeliano – 2007 Oliviero Toscani
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    Arab and Israeli – 2007

    Photography is the most powerful contemporary means of communication and can do anything, even play with one of the most marked contrasts in history, uniting Jews and Arabs in a constructive confrontation, even a generational one. Looking into each other's eyes.
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    Model with flowers – 2015

    Since his debut in the world of fashion, Oliviero Toscani's models are cheerful, carefree, running and jumping expressing joy and happiness. This photo is for an Elle Italy feature dedicated to luxury.
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    Hands – 1990

    One of Oliviero Toscani's most iconic photographs used as a United Colors of Benetton campaign, this image shows once again that it is not equality but difference that unites.
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    New Swedish Beauty – 1995

    For the Swedish newspaper TID, a series of character portraits to illustrate the morphology of new Swedes. This photograph is a modern portrait of the famous blonde Swedish girl beauty.
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    We are different – 2010

    The exaltation of differences in twins for the French magazine WAD.
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    Monica Bellucci – 1988

    One of the first photographs with Monica Bellucci as a model, who was brought by Oliviero Toscani to Paris for ELLE magazine, and from there began her dazzling career.
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    Sex and tecnology – 2014

    Young people's relationship with sex, for a 2015 ELLE feature, is the theme of the photograph that shows us a boy and girl who don't give up being connected even making love.
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    Makeup – 2017

    Makeup is often the first of women's enemies and Oliviero Toscani has introduced a real revolution in fashion photography, photographing natural and spontaneous girls. And if it really must be used, there are new frontiers to cross.
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    Israel and Palestine – 1986

    Photography is the most powerful contemporary medium and can do anything, even play with one of history's most pronounced contrasts, binding Jews and Arabs who, united, can finally conquer a world of peace and hope.
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    Theater – 2005

    The theater group of Aix en-Provence dancing naked.
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    Livorno – 2000

    Oliviero Toscani is called to interpret the new millennium and chooses Livorno as his City: in this photograph the oldest and the youngest person of the time, together.
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    Peter Sellers – 1976

    It was the time in which Peter Sellers played Inspector Clouseau in the successful film series that opened with The Pink Panther a few years earlier. This photograph was taken in London in the studios of Vogue UK, the magazine that had commissioned the portrait to Oliviero Toscani.
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    Water – 2004

    Conflicts over water in the world are a sad reality and its control means the guarantee of a power exercised on the skin of the poorer: is it possible that we can erect a protection of barbed wires on a good that is the right of every human being? This photograph was exhibited at the "Acqua" exhibition in Milan.
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    Inter Centenary – 2008

    Oliviero Toscani has been the art director of Inter Football Club for many years and in 2008, on the occasion of the Centenary, he decided to take a sensational photograph of San Siro Stadium, putting together the management, the team, the youth, the warehousemen, the staff and the fans.
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    New York – 1963

    In 1963 Oliviero Toscani, still a student, went to New York for the first time, invited by Pan Am for which he won a photo contest. He is captured by the cultural ferment and liveliness of the city, where he will spend a long period of his professional life. This photo is part of a reportage on New York, published by the weekly l'Europeo, and accompanied by a text written by John Steinbeck.
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    Razza Umana – Man Cartagena – 2014

    Razza Umana is the result of a collective subject, the study of Oliviero Toscani in the reality of approval and globalization. He gives us, with Its frontal view, an infinite gallery of portraits that confirm the role of art in photography: to represent a value that is the coexistence of differences. The one and only real purpose of art is to bear witness to the human condition. Oliviero Toscani was always interested in human imperfection. Within human imperfection we can find all possible creativity, art is the result of the pursuit of perfection, to which we all aspire.
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