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    “If you go to Danakil seeking adventures, you will not be able to go beyond your own shallowness. Which will appear unbearable even to you. The white-hot sun, the indifference of the Afars, the monotony of a desert devoid of colors will make you feel naked and helpless. And your balance, both mental and physical, will be in danger of going into pieces. You have to be able to defend yourself in the Danakil. You have to show, especially to yourself, to have a soul of a poet. The ones who venture to go to the Danakil do it to change their point of view.” From the book “Dancalia, camminando sul fondo di un mare scomparso” by Andrea Semplici, Ed. Terre di Mezzo. Endless stretches of salt, lakes with psychedelic colors and active volcanoes: this land, which is constantly changing, is heaven and hell together – an ancestral place where you can still watch the phenomena that gave rise to the world. Located in the northern part of the Afar’s Triangle, which takes its name from the nomadic people who live there, the vast Danakil depression is the place where the constantly expanding of three tectonic plates join together, close to the border area among Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti. This land made of re, salt and lava close to the Rift Valley – the long breach that bisects the continent – is a ghost ocean. It is from the retreat of the sea, evaporated twenty- thousand years ago, that the Danakil has gained its peculiarity: to be a spread of evaporitic rocks that gives rise to the Great Plain of Salt – a desert which stretches for about 600 kilometers. This is one of the most vulnerable places of our world: the re is just below our feet, ve kilometers away. There is a crust that is subjected to stresses of all kinds, a part of the planet where you feel the throbbing heart of the Earth. In this vast plain, the Afars’ huts built with mud and twigs appear like a mirage. These nomads, who are mainly devoted to the extraction of minerals, live in one of the most inhospitable places on earth, the hottest inhabited place in the world, with very little vegetation and temperatures that can reach 120°F degrees. The Afar people seem to have appeared from nowhere. They have kept a strong identity without having a testimony to their story. Their economy was, and is, precarious. They are nomads struggling with the hostility of the climate. They have adapted to survive in a harsh and impossible land.

    Andrea Frazzetta

    Danakil

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    Times Square is a major commercial intersection and a neighbourhood in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue.

    Brightly adorned with billboards and advertisements, Time Square is nothing referred to as “The Crossroads of the World”, “The Center of the Universe” and the heart of “The Great White Way”.

    Times Square is one of the world’s most visited tourists attractions, drawing over 39 millions visitors annually. Approximately 333,000 people pass through Time Square daily, many of whom are either tourists or people working in the area. 

    Times Square remains nowadays one of the most photographed lies in the world. 

    Luca Santese

    Times Square

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    Any Okolie

    Villa

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    Alessio Boni

    untitled

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    An uncontrolled urbanization as a result of speculation, rapid population growth and a continuous influx of migrants from nearby war areas has seen the city of Amman, the capital of Jordan, expand in the last fifteen years by 65%, with the 50% of the agricultural land in the area reconverted into urban areas. Something very similar happened in other Jordanian cities such as Zarqa and Irbid.A development without rules that has led Amman to become the most expensive city in the Middle East, more than Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha. An unsustainable development for cities where entire neighborhoods receive water only once a week and for a country that is one of the poorest in the world of resources. Jordan, in fact, is the second country worldwide with fewer water reserves and according to the UN, with no changes in the development system the country would run out of water by 2025.“Bye Bye Land” is a visual survey of a country and a territory invested by a rapid change. A change that is taking away the few resources available to the population, leaving behind cement, inadequate infrastructures and almost deserted neighborhoods.

    Tomaso Clavarino

    Bye Bye Land 1

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    Davide Monteleone

    Arctic#1

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    Sub-Saharan students dancing during a celebration in a church in Oran, Algeria.

    Abdo Shanan

    From Diary Exile-2

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    Catania. During the S.Agata celebration

    Simone Cerio

    Red drape

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    Luca Grottoli

    tool #1

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    The Garbatella and its flora are a well-kept Roman secret. It is an exotic and unique neighbourhood – founded in February 1920, so next to its centenary – known for its architecture based on lots, a particular kind of public housing with buildings designed according to “Barocchetto romano” style and to English Garden City Movement model.

    The neighbourhood is an un imitated little urban island, with the highest ratio, in Italy of those years, between built-up surface and “private” green spaces, that are, for generations, social sites and still live on only thanks to the care of its residents.

    Hence the choice to photograph plants, because they represent a kind of aesthetic, behavioral, architectural and vegetational exoticism of the entire physical place.

    With this series I want to offer a glimpse of this treasure unveiling the neighbourhood’s flora and vegetations – its enthralling green spaces. Trying to preserve its mystery while giving movement to still life.

    Giovanni Cocco

    PLANTARIUM 2

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    An idea, a well-defined project, clear both for the subject and for the tools to be used. A rigorous realization carried out with maximum care. The search for essentiality, the structures dedicated to the man, the absence of the man as an actor, but his presence as a designer, as a user, are evident. Lights, or more often shadows, geometric figures, abstract figures, which contrasts can be captured through these images! Andrea leads us by the hand in a real and at the same time abstract world, guides us where the boundary between reality and vision is very blurred, using solid walls to bring us to the void. It forces us to look for an upward glimmer, to escape from the prisons that we have built, to free our imagination. Positive or negative interpretation? To each their own, I am optimistic, Andrea tries to warn us, to urge awareness, cities and factories are closing us in tight spaces. He does not offer us a solution, we can accept to stay or decide to leave, to remain prisoners or free ourselves, going to the countryside, to the mountains, to the sea, to larger spaces and cleaner air. Maybe that’s where everyone has already gone! Andrea does neither offer the solution, nor does he suggest it. The goal of his Polaroid simply makes an investigation and does it with detachment, with rigorous professionalism. The use of the medium, the devices for immediate development films, far from being a limitation, allows for a rigorous approach. There is no fiction, there is no manipulation, there seems to be no interpretation. On the contrary, the choice of the medium defines its interpretation, a means that does not allow modifications, which is “pure” and which therefore represents reality as he has seen it, as he wants us to see it. The search, even spasmodic, of the purity of the lines, of the composition, of the balance between planes and masses, offers us a world that seems, on the other hand, unreal, and only the consideration that it is a matter of immediate development devices and films, by definition not falsifiable, it brings us back to a tangible reality that only attentive eyes and great sensitivity allow us to see and capture.

    Andrea Tonellotto

    marsiglia #1

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    The Roman Garden is part of Finisterrae, a multi-chaptered project about Southern European identity and the state of crisis that it is in.
    This chapter aims to be an aesthetic reflection on contemporary Italy through the lines of ancient Roman world as represented in art. The work takes to extremes its visual elements and creates metaphorically a limitless garden.The characters are lost in a fictional and misleading atmosphere, where the temporal and the spatial dimension are deconstructed in order to rise a sense of disorientation.The world is out of joint.

    Michele Palazzi

    The Roman Garden 03

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    Turi Calafato

    Japan I

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    Francesco Faraci

    Foto 02

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    An uncontrolled urbanization as a result of speculation, rapid population growth and a continuous influx of migrants from nearby war areas has seen the city of Amman, the capital of Jordan, expand in the last fifteen years by 65%, with the 50% of the agricultural land in the area reconverted into urban areas. Something very similar happened in other Jordanian cities such as Zarqa and Irbid.A development without rules that has led Amman to become the most expensive city in the Middle East, more than Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha. An unsustainable development for cities where entire neighborhoods receive water only once a week and for a country that is one of the poorest in the world of resources. Jordan, in fact, is the second country worldwide with fewer water reserves and according to the UN, with no changes in the development system the country would run out of water by 2025.“Bye Bye Land” is a visual survey of a country and a territory invested by a rapid change. A change that is taking away the few resources available to the population, leaving behind cement, inadequate infrastructures and almost deserted neighborhoods.

    Tomaso Clavarino

    Bye Bye Land 2

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    Francesco Pistilli

    Lives in Limbo Serbia

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    Hayati, “my life” in Arabic, is a visual diary created entirely on a smartphone, which reflects on the photographer’s identity as a which reflects on the photographer’s dual identity as an Italian and a second generation immigrant. As the son of Moroccan immigrants, Karim El Maktafi’s life exists between two seemingly incompatible realities. Embracing a single status is not easy; feeling like an odd cultural hybrid happens often. Yet, while trying to define this identity, one understands the advantage of “standing on a doorstep”. One can decide who to be or where to belong, or else create new ties, keeping everything learnt along the path: more languages, more cultural taboos and references, more prohibitions to withstand and explain. Hayati explores some of these realities, using the photographer’s own life, family and friends as a case study. The images have been realized between Italy and Morocco in 2016.

    Karim El Maktafi

    Hayati 1

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    Luca Grottoli

    tool #2

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    Present Tense is a stream of consciousness, my reality merged with imagination through photography over the years – without any rationalisation or practical goal.  

    Lorenzo Castore

    Untitled #3

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    Alba Zari

    How deep is the sea

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    The project A Sensitive Education explores, through the figure of bird educator Tristan Plot, the possibilities of empathy between different natural species. The narrative, far from being a naturalist documentation, is rather focused on the emotional sphere and sensitivity of birds and humans. The photographic research develops in resonance with the delicacy of this wordless dialogue.

    Francesca Todde

    A Sensitive Education 09

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    In Spring 2017, after the end of a ten years-long relationship, I left Rome and moved near the sea, in a small town in the countryside, in a magic valley called “Agro Pontino”, suggested by a friend. Having ceased the only reason why I had moved to Rome a long time ago, leaving, and moving elsewhere, was for me the most natural choice. I wanted to stay on my own, far from everything and immerse in the wild of nature, in a simple and quiet place, far from and tired of the confusion of the big city, in a sort of wonderful retreat. And here indeed I was born again. The sea healed me, I found peace, reconnecting to my Self, with the one I was at 18 before going at University, starting embracing again all the things I used to do at the time and that I had left behind there along the path. In the Summer, some months after my arrival, I’ve fallen in love again, of myself, of this place, and of a delicate woman named Anna. I stopped smoking after twenty years, and I started again playing music and doing many other things. I started listening to my soul and now we’re walking together. IL RITORNO (trilogia n.1) is the tale of the two years I spent there. It consists of three works, “NÒSTOS L’ultima sigaretta” is the first chapter and is about the place, which I talked to and spent a lot of time with, and that I tried to portray as It was a person. A place I can call “home”, and that was the scenery of the experiences I lived.

    Gianfranco Gallucci

    Nostos senza titolo #01

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    Settimio Benedusi

    Foto 02

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    Graziano Panfili

    22 november 1963

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    Alessandro Oliva

    Picture 010

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    This work comes from the visual analysis of a collection of votive tablets found in the surroundings of Soliera (MO), a rural town in Emilia Romagna. Ex Voto panels are devotional paintings created by Catholic worshippers to pay tribute to the Virgin Mary for having saved them from various kinds of occurrences. 

    This series is about the remains of a darkling time, about fading elements of a life based on hard work and harmless devotion when humans were nothing more than servants at the mercy of Nature’s grandeur.

    Samantha Azzani

    PGR #1

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    Franco Pagetti

    Foto 03

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    Corbusierhaus, Berlin, 2020

    Francesca Iovene

    Corbusierhaus _ 3

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  • Maurizio Bavutti

    PAPAVERI 2019

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    Paolo Di Lucente

    Foto 02

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