Massimo Campigli (Max Ihlenfeldt)
Berlin 1895-Saint-Tropez 1971. With the Corriere in 1914, he joined the Futurists with an Italian pseudonym. A war volunteer, captured by the Austrians, he escaped to Russia in 1917. With the Corriere in Milan after the war. As Paris correspondent, he frequented artists at Montparnasse. Exhibited in Paris, Rome and, from 1926, in Milan. Later left journalism for painting. Decorated the Italian Pavilion (Expo ’36). Left Milan for Paris in ’49. International solo exhibitions in the ’60s.
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