A project that began in 2012 after the war in Libya during the first great migration in Sicily. A story of the lives of men and women in search of
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Kolkata, one of the most important economic and cultural hubs of India. A concrete jungle of sky high buildings, swanky malls and offices, yet with a life refulgent, simple and laid
A collection of emotional bound portraits, street images and emotional symbols.
I tried to show in the most neutral and clear their condition.
Workers represent half the world’s population and are major contributors to economic and social development. Million workers migrated for reasons of employment.
This is a story about migration, the illegal migration of thousands of men, women and children from Central and South America into the United States.
They call themselves the invisibles. Impossible to be sure how many they are in Ostende and around, certainly more than we can imagine. Coming from all around the planet they
Migration is not only moving from one place to another, it is also a process of losing, rebuilding, defending and examining one’s own cultural identity. The photographic medium has always
Ceuta is a reflection in the waters of the Strait of Gibraltar of an Europe in crisis. Surrounded by a high security fence, it looks like a trap in which
n tempo sarebbero stati chiamati schiavi, oggi vengono definiti clandestini o lavoratori stagionali. Ma lo sfruttamento è rimasto lo stesso e non hanno nessuna voce, nessun diritto. Neanche quello di
One of the bleak, shocking realities of life in Hong Kong, is the humiliating situation of men living in cages. Hong Kong’s “cage homes” are dormitories where you’ll find rows
China is in constant demand for workers to build new cities that will accommodate the emerging middle class. A flux of migrant workers from western China seeks prosperity in the
Every year thousands of Central Americans from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras illegally enter Mexico via the southern border with the goal of reaching the United States and a better
During the past decade, millions of Mexican and Central American migrants have left their homes and families and faced death on the journey to the United States.