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Guido Harari, Wall of sound talks to Holly Stephey , Red Velvet Media

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Guido Harari started out in the early Seventies as a music photographer and journalist, also exploring reportage, fashion, advertising and corporate photography. He has shotrecord covers for Kate Bush, David Crosby, Bob Dylan, B.B. King, Ute Lemper, Paul McCartney, Michael Nyman, Lou Reed, Simple Minds and Frank Zappa. 
In Italy he has collaborated with all major stars, including Andrea Bocelli, Paolo Conte, Fabrizio De André, Maestro Riccardo Muti and La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra, Gianna Nannini, Luciano Pavarotti, PFM, Vasco Rossi and Zucchero. 
His work has been the subject of many books and numerous exhibitions: his most recent retrospective show, called "Wall Of Sound", was exhibited in 2016 at the Rockheim Museum in Trondheim, Norway, in 2018 in Perugia at the Galleria nazionale dell’Umbria, and in 2019 in Pesaro at Museo Nazionale Rossini.He had two joint exhibitions with Bowie's main lensman Masayoshi Sukita, called "Rock Icons", at Blitz Gallery in Tokyo, Japan. 
In 2011 he launched in Alba, Italy, where he's been living for many years now, his own photo gallery, also called Wall Of Sound. Guido also publishes the WOS exhibition catalogues and lavish limited edition books: his most recent are "The Kate Inside" with his photographs of Kate Bush, Frank Stefanko’s "Bruce Springsteen. Further up the Road" and "Art Kane. Harlem 1958".