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Marcello Nizzoli, Olivetti Lexikon, 1953

Ettore Sottsass, Macchina da scrivere “Valentine”, 1969

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Marco Zanuso, Radio cubo TS 502, Brionvega, 1963

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Mario Bellini, Mangiadischi Minerva, 1961

Pierluigi Cerri, L'idea Ferrari, 1990

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Bruno Munari, Rai Radiotelevisione Italiana, 1954

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Marco Zanuso, Televisione Algol, Brionvega, 1964

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Sofia Loren, anni Sessanta

Marcello Nizzoli, Lettera 22, 1954

Telefono Lillo, SIP, 1967

Erberto CArboni, Max Mara I famosi tailleurs, 1958

Lorenzo CAstellaro, Singer Futura, 1960 c.

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Studio Testa, Caballero e Carmencita (Pubblicità Caffè Paolista Lavazza), anni Sessanta

Franz Marangolo, Studi per pubblicità Campari, anni sessanta

Anna Magnani e Pier Paolo Pasolini a Venezia per le riprese del film “Mamma Roma, 1962

Pininfarina, Cisitalia 202 GT, 1946

Bob Noorda, Studio per pneumatico Pirelli. Sezione di cinturato. Copertura “fuoristrada”, 1961 c.

The Massimo and Sonia Cirulli Archive is active between Bologna and New York. With over 200,000 works, it is the largest private archive of twentieth century Italian art. Founded in 1984 by Massimo P. Cirulli in New York, the Archive narrates the art and history of Italy in the last century through an interdisciplinary perspective. Its collection spans from 1900 to 1970: from the birth of Modernity, to the economic boom and the affirmation of the Made in Italy.

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