Istituto Luce Cinecitt√†¬†presents, for the first time in the world, a complete journey on the career of the photojournalist who best personified the “paparazzo”, a character created by Federico Fellini for the film “La Dolce Vita”: Rino Barillari.
From 12 to 28 October 2018, in the Extra space of Maxxi, it’s possible to relive the crucial moments of our country through the shots of the photographer who captured the most significant images of the last 50 years of our history: not only the international stars, but also the bloody events that have marked the most painful pages of the last decades.

The spectator can “meet” actors, actresses and directors from all over the world among the tables on Via Veneto, to witness the great scoops of the ’60s and’ 70s and discover an unpublished Rino Barillari. A tireless, omnipresent hound, with a personal archive of over 400,000 photographs, which during its 60-year career has collected 163 admissions to the Emergency Room, 11 broken ribs, 1 stab wound, 76 smashed cameras (some of which on display) and which, despite everything, still continues to give us his scoops.