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“Mandello. Fotografías 1928-1997”, Casal de Sarrià and FAD (Foment de les Arts Decoratives), Barcelona, 1997

 

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Frank Arnau, ‘Mandello, ein Photograph in Montevideo/A photographer in Montevideo’, Camera, 1953

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“Mandello”, Museu de Arte Moderna, Rio de Janeiro, 1952

   

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Central Cinema, Montevideo, by Rafael Lorente Escudero

Cine Central, Montevideo, by Uruguayan architect Rafael Lorente Escudero

At the end of the 1940s, Uruguayan architect Rafael Lorente Escudero, a friend of the Mandellos, designed a modernist cinema, apartment and shop complex in the centre of Montevideo, which …

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Untitled photogram

Untitled photogram

A photogram is an image produced without a camera, whereby three-dimensional objects are placed on photosensitive paper and exposed to light. The result is a highly differentiated shadow picture.  

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Portrait of Maria Portinari (Solarization)

Portrait of Maria Portinari (Solarization)

Maria Martinelli Portinari was the wife of Brazilian neo-realist painter Candido Portinari. As a communist, he had to flee Brazil in 1948. The couple settled in Uruguay for several years, …

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Daisy Flowers, Montevideo

“Exposición de fotografías de Mandello”, Gallery Amigos del Arte, Montevideo, 1950

Letter from Jeanne and Arno Mandello to Julio Payró, 13 July 1950, © The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles (990020)

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Daisy Flowers, Montevideo

Daisy Flowers, Montevideo, 1950 (Jeanne and Arno Mandello)

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Light

Light (white photogram), 1948/49 (Jeanne and Arno Mandello)

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Light (Black photogram)

Light (black photogram), 1948/49 (Jeanne and Arno Mandello)

A photogram is an image produced without a camera, whereby three-dimensional objects are placed on photosensitive paper and exposed to light. The result is a highly differentiated shadow picture.  

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