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    Maurizio Bavutti

    london bridge

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    Michele Foti

    Foto 01

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  • Eleonora Sabet

    Silenzio

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    Makanà.

     

    The original name of Macugnaga (Piemonte, Italy), a land originating from centuries of a population of Germanic origin that inhabits the Alpine regions around Monte Rosa. They call their speech “Titsch”. They belong to the root of the Alemanni.

    They are mountain experts, accustomed to harsh climates, the Walsers found in the Pennine, Lepontine and Graie Alps (which include some of the greatest peaks and highest passes of the entire chain) an ideal environment to settle. And it is in these mountainous areas, still uncontaminated today, characterized by small villages, high altitude pastures, woods and unproductive rocky environments, that this ancient language is still spoken by the few people who form the Walser community of the Ossola, Formazza valleys, Sesia and Anzasca. The colonization of the Walser in this territory was peaceful, given the climatically and geographically impervious and inhospitable nature of the occupied territories. They did not take away anybody’s land: instead they went to civilize environments never inhabited by man. The effects of globalization have been seen for some time in these places. There are still a few Walsers who continue to speak their native language. Their customs and traditions are celebrated every year.

    The Piemontese Walser community is divided into twelve municipalities all located in the provinces of Vercelli and Verbano-Cusio-Ossola and maintains strong ties with the Walser communities residing in (German-speaking) Switzerland.

    Marlin Dedaj

    Macugnaga, Makanà, 2017 – 01

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    Luana Rigolli

    Linosa_1

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    Mario Spada

    After the end 01

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    Asli Turker

    Same Song

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  • Andrea Tonellotto

    Piscina comunale #4

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    Benedetta Ristori

    Untitled, Rome 2021

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    Luana Rigolli

    Superfici Instabili_2

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    MY NAME IS FILDA ADOCH is a project on resilience in post-conflict Northern Uganda. Every day Filda and I would sit down together and she would comment all the images. “My name is Filda Adoch” is the story of Filda in her own words.

    Caption Filda I: “Here I did not have an axe nor a panga with me to cut the wood so I decided to break it wit my head. My back portrays a lot of strenght and it reminds me that even though I am hungry i can still take care of my family”

    Caption Filda II : “This is my brother Odong sitting by the house at night under a sky full of stars. Stars are important because they tell us the time. Take “Latwok”, which is a very big star : we can follow it moving through the sky from the evening to the morning. The stars also helped us so many times when we were running from the rebels: they gave us light. Also, when children would cry and risked to make us heard by the rebels, we would tell them that the stars would fall on their heads and they would look up and  be so scared that they would stop crying.”

    PIANISSIMO, from the title of a collection of poems of Ligurian poet Camillo Sbarbaro, is the result of a collaboration with dancer and choreographer Virgilio Sieni during an artistic residency in Siena in 2009.

     

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    Martina Bacigalupo

    Pianissimo_

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    Part of a serie shot in Santa Cruz in 2014. Shot on 35mm film, Hand Printed by the artist.

    Ivan Ruberto

    Wormhoudt

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    MY NAME IS FILDA ADOCH is a project on resilience in post-conflict Northern Uganda. Every day Filda and I would sit down together and she would comment all the images. “My name is Filda Adoch” is the story of Filda in her own words.

    Caption Filda I: “Here I did not have an axe nor a panga with me to cut the wood so I decided to break it wit my head. My back portrays a lot of strenght and it reminds me that even though I am hungry i can still take care of my family”

    Caption Filda II : “This is my brother Odong sitting by the house at night under a sky full of stars. Stars are important because they tell us the time. Take “Latwok”, which is a very big star : we can follow it moving through the sky from the evening to the morning. The stars also helped us so many times when we were running from the rebels: they gave us light. Also, when children would cry and risked to make us heard by the rebels, we would tell them that the stars would fall on their heads and they would look up and  be so scared that they would stop crying.”

    PIANISSIMO, from the title of a collection of poems of Ligurian poet Camillo Sbarbaro, is the result of a collaboration with dancer and choreographer Virgilio Sieni during an artistic residency in Siena in 2009.

     

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    Martina Bacigalupo

    Filda_II

    AVAILABLE FOR 22 DAYS

  • Mattia Zoppellaro

    Irene Levanzo 2015 1

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    Arnaldo Abba Legnazzi

    1970

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    From my road trip in Greece, 2018. I will always remember the feeling of being lost in time and geography.

    Barbara Leolini

    UNTITLED#1

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    Luana Rigolli

    Superfici Instabili_1

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    Walking in different cities and towns in Israel and Palestine, you enter in completely different universes in a distance of a few feet.
    Nowhere else in the world I’ve seen a so varied population each one messenger of own traditions. Each of these cultural microcosms experience is a completely different life.
    I focused my photographic research on the definition of “space”. I am not able and I’m not going into the political and religious issues. My work is just a consideration on living space of every single person.
    The living space is a symbolic space in which the person lives his life, he chooses how to behave and which choices make. Everything about his identity is addressed in this space.
    If you cross the living space border you are invading the freedom of the others.
    During my trip I strongly felt the interweaving of these spaces, despite the physical and imaginary lines that divide the surface of this territory.

    Sara Munari

    PPP 1

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    Adriano Russo

    FREJA (1)

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    I was walking in soho, heading to my lab to develop the roll that was almost done; all of a sudden i see this guys standing into his sport car with open arms, i ran to him and ask if i can snap a pic, at the same time a group of kids is passing by with their bikes, they stop in front of me and say: take a picture of us. This is shot is the perfect definition of a lucky day.

     

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    Paolo Testa

    Foto 01

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    Atlante Umano Siciliano:

    Tre parole che insieme formano una frase, ma se messe in proprio ognuna di esse ha una sua identità precisa. Sicilia porta d’Europa, per qualcuno inizio di una nuova vita, punto d’approdo dalla vicina africa. Per altri, invece autoctoni è sguardo sul mondo, odora di radici. Terra infima e meravigliosa dove nulla è mai come appare. Per contingenza, greca illusione. Atlante è viaggio, ma non importa il come, bensì il dove e il perché. Percorrendo una geografia dell’anima, mediterranea, fatta di sensazioni, di percezioni che sgorgano dalla terra nuda dopo la mietitura. Il vento, il cielo, le correnti marine, il sole, la luna e il sale sulla pelle. Tutto concorre a tracciare su una cartina immaginaria i segni del passaggio del viandante, che nulla ha con sé se non le ossa, nudo e aperto com’è di fronte alla sorpresa, al fato, al destino. Umano perché terreno. Perché l’uomo, in fondo, è al centro della ricerca. La sua condizione di “moderno” in una terra che fatica ad evolversi e che quando lo fa, o ci prova, cede ogni volta un pezzo della sua atavica identità. Un lavoro sui contrasti, sugli opposti: vita\morte, caos\silenzio, gioia\tristezza, rassegnazione\riscatto. Paesi ormai semi abbandonati, dove chi parte non fa più ritorno e l’età di mezzo è ormai un’utopia. Rimangono i vecchi, le pietre delle case dalle porte e dalle finestre sbarrate con la scritta “Vendesi”, che raccontano di ciò che si è stato e di cosa sarà nel prossimo futuro. Dalla Sicilia si fugge, ma il territorio muore e nemmeno troppo lentamente. Si tratta di provare a salvare, a imprimere su carta quel che c’è. Il paradosso è che non mancano l’energia e nemmeno la poesia. Nell’eterna lotta fra andare e restare ho scelto di resistere e raccontare la terra in cui vivo, in controtendenza forse con la fotografia esotica che fa dell’altrove, il più lontano possibile da noi, un vessillo. Eppure, aprendo le porte di casa, spalancando le finestre metaforiche di noi stessi, quindi aprendosi, il mondo accoglie, chiede di raccontarne la storia. La vita, la morte, i sogni e le sconfitte. Siciliano, dunque, per appartenenza non sempre fiera. Esserlo (siciliano) significa, oggi, mettersi in cammino, scavare a fondo nella terra sapendo che il mare, unico e definitivo confine, ha nella linea dell’orizzonte e nelle direzioni dei venti il suo unico limite. Tre parole per dire di un luogo di frontiera, dunque. La ricerca di una piccola America. Ispirato da Robert Frank e dal suo “The Americans” mi sono messo in viaggio, ecco il senso di questo lavoro che implorava di venire fuori.

     

    Sicilian. Human. Atlas: Three words that together form a sentence, where each of them has a precise identity. Sicily, a door to enter Europe, to some offering the start of a new life, a point of arrival from neighbouring Africa. For others, the natives, it is a glimpse of the world, its roots running deep. A wonderful land, yet it can be one of the worst. Here nothing is ever as it appears. For contingency, Greek illusion. A work of contrasts: life/death, chaos/silence, resignation/ redemption, joy/sadness. Semi-abandoned towns where those who leave do not return and middle age is a utopia. The elderly remain, as do the stones of the houses, with doors and windows barred shut and decorated with “For sale” signs. The stones tell of what was and what will be in the near future. We flee Sicily, a land that is dying, and not even slowly. It must be saved in order to not forget, to reproduce on paper what is still there. The paradox is that there is no lack of energy or poetry. In the eternal struggle between leaving and staying, I have chosen to try to stand strong and recount the land I live in, unlike exotic photography that draws us to other places, far away. And yet, opening the doors of the house, opening the metaphorical windows of our lives, that world welcomes us and asks to be described. Life, death, dreams, defeats. Atlas is a journey. No matter how, just where and why. Walking through the geography of the Mediterranean soul, made of sensations, of perceptions that flow from the bare earth after the harvest. Wind, sky, sea currents, sun, moon and salt on the skin. Everything contributes to tracing the signs of the wayfarer’s travels on an imaginary map, who carries nothing but his bones, naked and open to confront surprise, fate, destiny. Human because earthly. Because after all humanity is the focus of the study. His condition of being “modern” in a land that is struggling to evolve and that, when it does, or tries to, gives up a piece of its atavistic identity each time. Sicilian, therefore, means not always being proud. Today, being Sicilian means to set out, to dig deep into the earth knowing that the sea, the only definitive border, has its only limit in the horizon and in the directions of the winds. Three words to describe a borderland. I set off on a journey in search of a small America inspired by Robert Frank and his The Americans. This is the meaning of this work that begged to come out.

    Francesco Faraci

    La donna dei Crisantemi

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    The Cerro Rico in Potosì is the biggest silver mine in the history of Americas. In the colonial period is estimated that 8 million people died inside the mountain.

    Pietro Paolini

    Mineros#02 Potosì, Bolivia 2009

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    Simone Donati

    Kazakhstan_03, 2016

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    Walking in different cities and towns in Israel and Palestine, you enter in completely different universes in a distance of a few feet.
    Nowhere else in the world I’ve seen a so varied population each one messenger of own traditions. Each of these cultural microcosms experience is a completely different life.
    I focused my photographic research on the definition of “space”. I am not able and I’m not going into the political and religious issues. My work is just a consideration on living space of every single person.
    The living space is a symbolic space in which the person lives his life, he chooses how to behave and which choices make. Everything about his identity is addressed in this space.
    If you cross the living space border you are invading the freedom of the others.
    During my trip I strongly felt the interweaving of these spaces, despite the physical and imaginary lines that divide the surface of this territory.

    Sara Munari

    PPP 2

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    The series of portraits is photographed along the mining corridor, in Peru, among Espinar, Challhuahuacho, and Cerro de Pasco districts, three main mining towns. It aims to visually tell the stories of individuals who feel on their bodies the consequences of intensive mining extraction and how their life and health conditions are deteriorating day by day. Colored backgrounds represent people’s feelings. Today Peru is the leading producer of gold, silver, and lead in Latin America and the 2nd of copper globally, mining is the driving force of its economy. However, as a consequence of a sudden and forced development, the human rights of native populations who are living in communities along the Andes Mountain range, near the extraction sites, are violated with no regard. Mining activity has subverted the economy which was mainly based on agriculture and livestock and fragmented the population’s cultural identity.

    According to Peruvian Constitution, Government should guarantee respect for the territories and backgrounds of indigenous but, because of its weakness and high corruption, it is not happening so and violent repression of social conflicts is promoted by police.

    Agriculture and raising animals can no longer sustain the Andean communities: fields are dry, animals die, lands, rivers, and sources of water have been contaminated by heavy metals, and the dangerous presence of arsenic, zinc, lead have been diagnosed in people’s blood and urine. Malnutrition and anemia affect almost half of the population and there are no health centers able to take care of those who are poisoned by metals. Kidney failure and cancer are the main cause of death. Many children are born with physical malformations. Criminality, prostitution, and sexual diseases are exponentially increasing too.

    The exploitation of lands for raw materials’ extraction is affecting Latin America and it shows how neocolonialism is creating profit on the backs of local communities.

    Alessandro Cinque

    Hilda Luna

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    Jonathan Santoro

    TOKYO 01

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    For over two years, I visited more than 50 countries and created colorful images of boys and girls in their homes and neighborhoods with their most prized possessions: their toys. From Texas to India, Malawi to China, Iceland, Morocco, and Fiji, I recorded the spontaneous and natural joy that unites kids despite their diverse backgrounds. Whether the child owns a veritable fleet of miniature cars or a single stuffed monkey, the pride that they have is moving, funny, and thought provoking.

    Gabriele Galimberti

    Toy Stories

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    Portrait of Andrea Parodi, Cagliari 2006

    DEAD OR ALIVE, real or represented in the form of statues or soft toys, animals are always sources of enchantment for the human beings. Each child feels a primal attraction towards those other living beings that populate the earth. They are conceived as toys, tools for work, companionship and nutrition. Man continues to love them, enslave them, eat them, imprison them, deify them. They are the protagonists of almost every comic and game, they are exalted and just as massacred. I continue to be somehow attracted to every animal, whether it is alive or dead, wild or made out of plastic, free or defeated. If it were in my power, I would close the large aquariums tomorrow but I must admit that I love to stay there for hours. Few things scream justice like zoos, yet the ability to see animals up close remains a call I pretend not to hear. Although diving and watching underwater is my favorite activity, I still enjoy visiting the fish markets. I don’t do it anymore but I really like fishing. I can’t pretend that I didn’t feel a dominant emotion the only time in life I hunted an animal with a weapon. I am convinced that no physically healthy human being has any reason to continue being a carnivore, yet, I seldom continue to eat meat and fish. This series of photos was born from the paradox born by the incongruent coexistence between these feelings.

    Francesco Cabras

    DEAD OR ALIVE/Testacoda

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    Walking in different cities and towns in Israel and Palestine, you enter in completely different universes in a distance of a few feet.
    Nowhere else in the world I’ve seen a so varied population each one messenger of own traditions. Each of these cultural microcosms experience is a completely different life.
    I focused my photographic research on the definition of “space”. I am not able and I’m not going into the political and religious issues. My work is just a consideration on living space of every single person.
    The living space is a symbolic space in which the person lives his life, he chooses how to behave and which choices make. Everything about his identity is addressed in this space.
    If you cross the living space border you are invading the freedom of the others.
    During my trip I strongly felt the interweaving of these spaces, despite the physical and imaginary lines that divide the surface of this territory.

    Sara Munari

    PPP 3

    AVAILABLE FOR 22 DAYS

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    MY NAME IS FILDA ADOCH is a project on resilience in post-conflict Northern Uganda. Every day Filda and I would sit down together and she would comment all the images. “My name is Filda Adoch” is the story of Filda in her own words.

    Caption Filda I: “Here I did not have an axe nor a panga with me to cut the wood so I decided to break it wit my head. My back portrays a lot of strenght and it reminds me that even though I am hungry i can still take care of my family”

    Caption Filda II : “This is my brother Odong sitting by the house at night under a sky full of stars. Stars are important because they tell us the time. Take “Latwok”, which is a very big star : we can follow it moving through the sky from the evening to the morning. The stars also helped us so many times when we were running from the rebels: they gave us light. Also, when children would cry and risked to make us heard by the rebels, we would tell them that the stars would fall on their heads and they would look up and  be so scared that they would stop crying.”

    PIANISSIMO, from the title of a collection of poems of Ligurian poet Camillo Sbarbaro, is the result of a collaboration with dancer and choreographer Virgilio Sieni during an artistic residency in Siena in 2009.

     

    25x25cm
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    Martina Bacigalupo

    Filda_I

    AVAILABLE FOR 22 DAYS

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