Ugo Mulas

Ugo Mulas (28 August 1928 – 2 March 1973) was an Italian photographer noted for his portraits of artists and his street photography.

He began his studies in law in 1948 in Milan, but left to take art courses at the Brera Fine Arts Academy. Soon, he started shooting reports on life of Milan's suburbs. Upon joining the regulars at the legendary "Jamaica" bar, he became part of the art and fashion community. In 1954 he was asked to cover the Venice Biennale, his first professional assignment.

He went on to photograph every Venice Biennale through 1972 and to document his work in an art book. Mulas worked for such Italian publications as Settimo Giorno, Rivista Pirelli, Domus, Vogue.


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