Lorenzo (1939). Italian photographer. He began his career in the 1950s, ranging from reportage to ballet, from theater to architecture, and art. Toward the end of that decade, he also worked in fashion, working in London with Novità, Vogue, and Queen, and later in Milan with Amica, Gioia, and Vogue Italy. He has exhibit his work at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, at Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, and at New York University.
He is also well-known for portraits of important personalities, including Patty Smith, Giuseppe Ungaretti, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Henry Moore, Maurice Béjart, and Michelangelo Antonioni.
As part of an event dedicated to that period, Padua featured him in an exhibition entitled The Sixties by Lorenzo Capellini.