Giancarlo Rado: a tribute to August Sander

The Italian photographer Giancarlo Rado has created remarkable portrait series titled “Italians” or “Die Deutschen”. Of course he has heard about the famous German photographer August Sander, a landmark in the history of photography. Giancarlo’s artwork is like doing the work of August Sander continuously in modern times too. The photographer from Treviso features the SOUL of the human beings in front of his camera, – not as usually nowadays: the fashion, the dresses …
9Italians10Die Deutschen
all ten photos by Giancarlo Rado
1 – Giancarlo Rado himself, he plays Arch Lute in a Vivaldi Ensemble
2 – Ilona, 16 years old, from Ukraine
3 – Livia, G. Rado’s daughter (portrait of a singer)
4 – Andrea Salvotti, diver
5 – Antonio Belluco, professore di basso tuba. Treviso, teatro Comunale
6 – Il violinista Daniele Brancaleoni
7 – Moreno Taufer, cook, Albergo “Al pin” Caoria, Trentino
8 – Lucrezia Ghilardi, student, sport: fencing
9 – Sisters Paolina, Alfrediana, Tommasita of Salesian order, Segusino
10- Junge mit Pickelhaube am Diözesanjungschützentag 2010 in Coesfeld

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10 responses to “Giancarlo Rado: a tribute to August Sander

  1. Anonymous

    thank you very much for this choice of photo whose internal relationship is very intriguing and full of meanings!

    giancarlo rado


  2. Very cool. :)I like the No5 because I used to play a trombone when I was an elementary student.


  3. Giancarlo Rado is a phenomenal artist! Love the photos.


  4. Striking portraiture indeed!


  5. northernnarratives

    Another fabulous posting. Thank you so much.


  6. Love the selections and love the fact that Giancarlo added his voice to your comment section. 🙂


  7. thirdhandart

    Outstanding photos! Perfect lighting!Thank you for posting them frizztext.


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