"Photo-reportage is a means of expressing oneself more through images than words. The images can be sculpted, drawn or photographed, the medium isn't important. Any camera can be used for photo-reportage. This, for example, is an old view plate cam-era. In fact, besides the curtains, it has a magnificent veranda from which you can see the sea. It’s wonderful, lazing about in the summer in a bathing suit... the camera isn’t always necessary. I've never used this one". Bruno Munari, July 1944
Photo-reportage by Munari was printed in 1944. It was and still is today one of the finest, most amusing and significant lessons on the use of photography for "communication".
94pp, 180 x 240 mm