As with most of Ed Kashi’s work, the ultimate goal is to learn how to find a subject you are passionate about, and find a visual strategy to document it.
Tag Archives | Italy
Mostra del World Press Photo Contest, con le immagini premiate e selezionate dal WPP nel 2017.
Harraga Guys, means “Burning the Borders” to migrate. Minors disembark on the italian coast. We illustrate a charity project to protect their future.
It’s a metaphor that reflects the human condition all too often forced into patterns and plaster roles and that leaves no room for imagination.
Home is a journey through the places in which I was born and raised.
Un piccolo racconto fotografico per raccontare la periferia a mia figlia.
Suverau dreaming. An introspective trip to an unknown, known town.
Vsqve ad finem is a Latin motto meaning to the very end, primarily used by Gladiators and Roman legionaries. Often used in reference to battle…
Alessandro Penso arrives in Palau for the photographic section of Festival “Isole che Parlano” with his exhibition “Lesvos”
I dream that I never remembered, dreams that now swoop in my life and mingle with the real
A photography workshop with Arja Hyytiäinen LUCE continues its training proposal with a new and interesting workshop: “From diary to fiction” held by photographer Arja Hyytiäinen. The course will take place from 4 to ‘November 11 2016 in Rome at the headquarters of LUCE, in the historic district of Pigneto. 7 intensive days, during which […]
This work is about adolescence. The protagonists are young people living a part of their lives in the “elsewhere” of a therapeutic rehabilitation center.
Fotoscopia narrates the conquest of a better rate of life and the capacity to examine the most unﬁgurable microscopic space.
In 1944 at Monte Sole, on the Bologna’s Appennino mountains, Casetta and Podella were 2 farms producing cereals, fruits and grapes, surrounded by a huge area of wood and chestnut trees.