(1906 - 2012)
Horacio Coppola was active/lived in Argentina, Brazil. Horacio Coppola is known for city scene, ordinary object photography.
Biography Horacio Coppola
Following is The New York Times obituary of the Photographer.
Horacio Coppola, Evocative Argentine Photographer, Dies at 105
By Denise Grady, June 30, 2012
Horacio Coppola, whose black-and-white photographs of the cafes, side streets and neon-lit boulevards of Buenos Aires in the 1930s, and of ordinary objects like a typewriter and a doll, introduced avant-garde photography to Argentina, died on June 18 in Buenos Aires. He was 105
His death was confirmed by Michael Hoppen, a gallery owner in London who deals in Mr. Coppola's work. Mr. Hoppen donated a Coppola photograph to the Tate Modern museum in London, where it was put on display just a few weeks before Mr. Coppola's death.
The Museum of Modern Art
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