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The Renaissance City
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Giulio Carlo Argan was an Italian art historian and politician. Argan was born in Turin and studied in the University of Turin, graduating in 1931. In 1928 he entered the National Fascist Party.

In the 1930 he worked for the National Antiquity and Arts Directorate, first in Turin and then in Modena and Rome, where he collaborated to the creation of the Istituto Centrale di Restauro and directed the Giulio Carlo Argan was an Italian art historian and politician. Argan was born in Turin and studied in the University of Turin, graduating in 1931. In 1928 he entered the National Fascist Party.

In the 1930 he worked for the National Antiquity and Arts Directorate, first in Turin and then in Modena and Rome, where he collaborated to the creation of the Istituto Centrale di Restauro and directed the magazine Le Arti. His career was boosted by the friendship of the Fascist leader Cesare Maria De Vecchi, then national Minister of Education. In 1938 he published a manual of art for high schools, while in the 1940s he collaborated to the magazine Primato, founded and directed by Giuseppe Bottai, another Fascist gerarca.

After World War II, he taught in universities Palermo and, from 1959, in Rome. Argan co-founded the publisher Il Saggiatore and he was a member of the Superior Council of Antiquities and Fine Arts (predecessor of the Ministry of Culture), in which he remained until 1974. In 1968 he published his most famous work, Storia dell'Arte Italiana.

In 1973 he founded Rome ISIA, Italy's oldest institution in the field of industrial design. He was the first Communist mayor of Rome, between 1976 and 1979. He was elected a Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1992.

He died in Rome.

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