Alessandro Bertolotti

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Alessandro Bertolotti (born in 1960) is an Italian writer and photographer.

Life[edit]

He has worked as a director of variety shows for the Italian television channel RAI for twenty-five years. He is also a photographer of female nudes and author of two works on Capri. His photographs are included in the archives of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France. He is one of the largest collectors of erotic books and nude photographs in Europe.[1] A portion of his book collection has been exhibited in the fall of 2007 at the Maison européenne de la photographie in Paris. His Books of Nudes (2007), features published studies by photographers, both famous and forgotten, who have taken the naked body as their subject.[2][page needed] [3]

Works (selected)[edit]

  • Capri, la natura e la storia. Fratelli Palombi. 1990. ISBN 978-88-7621-351-9.
  • Nudo. I libri fotografici dal 1895 a oggi. Contrasto. 2007. ISBN 978-88-6965-087-1.
  • Books of nudes. Abrams Books. 2007. ISBN 978-0-8109-9444-7.
  • Curiosa; la bibliothèque érotique. Editions de la Martinière. 2012. ISBN 978-2-7324-5274-6.
  • Guida alla letteratura erotica: dal Medioevo ai giorni nostri [Guide to Erotic Literature: from the medieval to our times] (in Italian). Odoya. 2015. ISBN 978-88-6288-284-2.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Baudino, Mario (21 August 2016). "Il diavolo in biblioteca" [The devil in the library]. LaStampa.it (in Italian). Retrieved 2018-05-20.
  2. ^ Books of nudes. Abrams Books. 2007. ISBN 978-0-8109-9444-7.
  3. ^ Ann Landi, May contain nudity, Art News, summer 2008, page 46

Further reading[edit]

  • Remy, Patrick (October 2007). "Le collectionneur mis à nu" [The collector laid bare]. Numero (in French).
  • Anne Sauvagnargues, Parures de nus, Liberation, 8 novembre 2007
  • Silvana Turzio, Effetti concettuali del nudo in pagina, Alias Manifesto, 24 nov. 2007.
  • Nude Visions. 150 years of nude photographers, Keherer Verlag, 2009, ISBN 9783868280609
  • Hans-Michael Koetze, Photographers A-Z, Taschen, 2011.

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