Alberto di Lenardo is an Italian photographer whose work was only published, by his granddaughter Carlotta, after his passing.
This "vernacular" work is a joyous cross-section of life in the 20th Century over a period of about 50 years.
This work in colors, published under the title "An Attic Full of Trains" by Mack (2020), is precursor to some of Italy's best-loved photographers, such as Luigi Ghirri.
Presentation by MACK: " At the top of Carlotta di Lenardo grandparents' house in Italy there is a room which houses the library. A hidden door amongst the bookshelves opens into a secret attic, a large room dominated by an enormous model railway, which her grandfather built and added to throughout his life. Significant though it was for her relationship...