Fulvio Bugani

Fulvio Bugani is an Italian freelance documentary photographer based in Bologna (Italy). His work explores mainly cultural-social issues and the interconnection between society and people. What concerns him most is the daily life of ordinary people, which always hides fascinating stories. He actively collaborates with Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and Amnesty International, for whose he has done reportage on human rights. His work has been published on international magazines and websites like TIME, LFI – Leica Fotografie International, The Guardian, Marie Claire, Playboy, Zeke Magazine, Daily Mail, FeatureShoot, Trabajadores and Cubadebate.
In 2015 he was awarded at the World Press Photo, for his work about Muslim Indonesian Transgender, while his reportage about Cuba was awarded at the Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2016. Since 2015 he collaborates with Leica Camera and he has been chosen by Leica as its International Leica Ambassador. He has worked for important international brands and artists like Juventus Football Club, Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari, Universal Music, Leica Camera, Lamborghini. His work has been exhibited as installations, exhibitions and screenings at festivals and galleries Worldwide including the World Press Photo exhibition, Leica Galleries Asia and Europe. His work is part of the prestigious Leitz Park of Leica Camera at the HQ of Leica in Wetzlar among photographers as Joel Meyerowitz, Costa Manos, Thomas Hoepker, Ara Guler and more
He teaches photography mainly in Italy and Cuba and he runs Workshop and masterclass worldwide for Leica Camera and for Foto Image (his private photo school in Bologna, Italy) as well as at Fondazione Cineteca di Bologna and Miami Street Photo Festival.

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    “Guajiro” is the name of the Cuban farmers, a figure in between a peasant and a cowboy. They usually live in the countryside, in small remote villages called Caserios, made-up of few houses dislocated all over the island. They conduct a tough rough life in a symbiotic relationship with animals and nature. Their days start very early in the morning and end at sunset, following the rhythm of nature. When I arrived in Cuba, I was looking for something that reminds me of that part of my childish life. Something that could reconcile me with my roots (my grandparents were peasants and I lived with them). A kind of “call of the wild”. I “jumped” into Caserio La Nueva, somewhere between Santa Clara and Cienfuegos and I immediately felt at home. I became part of their broad family which is running the State farm here. Since 2017 I’ve been visiting them many times, working with them, eating with them, sleeping with them. Living with them.

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    “Guajiro” is the name of the Cuban farmers, a figure in between a peasant and a cowboy. They usually live in the countryside, in small remote villages called Caserios, made-up of few houses dislocated all over the island. They conduct a tough rough life in a symbiotic relationship with animals and nature. Their days start very early in the morning and end at sunset, following the rhythm of nature. When I arrived in Cuba, I was looking for something that reminds me of that part of my childish life. Something that could reconcile me with my roots (my grandparents were peasants and I lived with them). A kind of “call of the wild”. I “jumped” into Caserio La Nueva, somewhere between Santa Clara and Cienfuegos and I immediately felt at home. I became part of their broad family which is running the State farm here. Since 2017 I’ve been visiting them many times, working with them, eating with them, sleeping with them. Living with them.

    Fulvio Bugani

    Guajiro Heidi

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    “Guajiro” is the name of the Cuban farmers, a figure in between a peasant and a cowboy. They usually live in the countryside, in small remote villages called Caserios, made-up of few houses dislocated all over the island. They conduct a tough rough life in a symbiotic relationship with animals and nature. Their days start very early in the morning and end at sunset, following the rhythm of nature. When I arrived in Cuba, I was looking for something that reminds me of that part of my childish life. Something that could reconcile me with my roots (my grandparents were peasants and I lived with them). A kind of “call of the wild”. I “jumped” into Caserio La Nueva, somewhere between Santa Clara and Cienfuegos and I immediately felt at home. I became part of their broad family which is running the State farm here. Since 2017 I’ve been visiting them many times, working with them, eating with them, sleeping with them. Living with them.

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    Guajiro Maikel

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