Fulvio Roiter photographed by Paolo Monti in 1953
|Died||18 April 2016 (aged 89)|
Fulvio Roiter (1 November 1926 – 18 April 2016) was an Italian photographer.
Born in Meolo, Venice, Roiter graduated as a chemist, but from 1947 he devoted himself to photography, being professionally active since 1953. After several reportages for some magazines, in 1954 he published his first photographic book, Venise a fleur d'eau. In 1956 Roiter won the second edition of the Prix Nadar with the book Ombrie. Terre de Saint-François.
During his career, Roiter released about one hundred photographic books.
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