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Gordon Parks (1912 – 2006) was one of the most important photographers that portrayed the black community in America and its many troubles. He started as a freelance photographer at a young age, and years later became one of the main photographers for the famous magazine Life. Later he also worked as a fashion photographer for Vogue, directed movies, composed music and wrote novels. But the most important and well known part of his career remained the themes that he depicted in his photography: segregation, prejudice, injustice and poverty within the black community.  The “An American Story” exhibition at Forma is a beautiful dedication to his work.

The exhibition is open from 10am to 8pm every day expect Monday when Forma is closed.

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Melissa - Born and raised in my beautiful hometown of Amsterdam, I studied in Milan for one semester during my Mediastudies degree and fell in love with the city! So when I graduated I decided to move back and here I am writing about my favourite places in Milan!

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Fees : €7,50