Morocco always was have been an attractive country for photographers, they always wanted to have a piece of that colorful and exotic society. But one photographer dived in and captured how desperation under religious monarchy really looks and feels like.
I was interviewing the voice of the voiceless, the eyes that witnessed the worst war crimes occurring today in our world. I was talking with a broken heart, grieving on what used to be a home. It was a conversation with bravery, immense strength and ambition. This is not the story of Essa solely, but the story of human society, ...
Is fascism still a problem in Italy? Thanks to the Northern League Party, at the moment indicated by all the polls as the first italian party, the Government is turning pretty far right. At this point now nothing is going to change anytime soon, as all the other parties are not able to improve their […]
Looking for A dream explores the true meaning of the American Dream, always suspended between desire and reality, illusion and disappointment, hope and success, between present and future. Living in America means living a suspended reality, sometimes far from the daily life you were used to coming from somewhere else in the world but deeply metaphorical […]
Tina is 80 years old, she lives alone and she has Alzheimer’s disease. Her memories are slowly leaving her, wrapped in confusion, often they disappear completely, sometimes she invents new ones, but for her more real than many others. When I started taking pictures of her, I wondered how I could make her interact with […]
The social situation of Kenya's capital, Nairobi, is not easy, especially in the suburbs and in the shanty towns which experience an intense discomfort.
Summer starts when Les Rencontres de la Photographie in Arles starts, at least for photographers. I’ve been to Arles the first week of the festival. It’s always a nice moment to meet friends and professionals and to understand, in a way, what’s happening in the European photography and in the world. Infact it’s always interesting to see the […]
We have interviewed Tamara Stoll on her photography project Sonnenallee. A project on multiculturalism and community.
What has remained of the conflict in Kosovo eighteen years later? The political axis has moved and the region fallen into oblivion and struggles to get out. Among green meadows a multitude of Uck monuments are background of an euro balkans area that is approaching to the end.
We have interviewed Sara Zanella a young and very talented Italian photographer based in Copenhagen on her project The Way Home Russia.