AzumaCenterFukushima, 2011. We arrived to Fukushima at 9.47. A colleague from Ryo Abe was waiting for us and came with us to the Azuma Evacuation Center, where friend and architecture’s students arranged a workshop in order to gladden the kids hosts in the center.
Photographers Archives: Alessio Guarino
Alessio Guarino (www.alessioguarino.it) photographer, filmmaker, traveller in Asia from almost 15 years, deals mainly with architecture and social-antrophological reportage, representing the transformations of various urban areas of Japan. Contributor for several italian and international magazines, he lives and works between Tokyo and Florence: two cities that he loves. Passionately involved in the visual communication and interested in the interactive media, he works in cultural projects as organizer and filmmaker.
The observation of self and of one’s own being as a first step towards the observation of the world and the understanding of it. The transit, as a form of concrete existence of society and of individuals which allows (or forces) the human species to adapt to its own new activities and perceptions.
Writer(s): Alessandro Betti, Cristina Secci, Davide Guzzanti, Eugenio Nacci, Fausto Caselli, Francesco Marino, Francesco Soriani, Gabriella Nisticò, Guido Leotta, Iacyr Anderson Freitas, Leopoldo Attolico, Mara Campana, Marco Giovenale, Matteo Paduanello, Mauro Salsi, Michele Tagliati, Pancrazio Luisi, Paolo Martinuzzi, Paolo Valesio, Patrizia Perlingeri, Vanni Tofanetto