Martino Lombezzi – photographer Born in Genova, Italy, in 1977. Graduated in Contemporary History in Bologna with a thesis about former Yugoslavia and ICTY. He lives in Bologna. His primary interest is documentary photography. His projects are focused on landscape, memory and identity. He worked in Italy, the Balkans and the Middle East. “One summer day”, a project about the survivors of the Bologna station terrorist attack (August 2nd, 1980) was exhibited in many italian cities and in the European Parliament in Bruxelles. “Blue Line”, a project about the border between Lebanon and Israel was shortlisted at “The Aftermath project” edition 2013 and screened at “Les Rencontres Arles 2014”. In 2015 he produced “Rapido 904 – the Christmas massacre”, a documentary about the 1984 train bombing, the first of the mafia bombs in Italy. Screened at different festivals, it won the “Filming History” first prize 2015. In 2017, in partnership with the Dutch journalist Jorie Horsthuis, he worked on the project “Resolution 808” about the legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. The project was widely published on international medias and became an exhibition, shown at The Hague, Rovinj, Roma, Forlì and selected by different festivals: “New Visions – Cortona on the Move 2018”, “Rovinj Photodays Festival 2018”, “Athens Photo festival”, “GRIN 2018”. He joined the agency Contrasto in 2006. He has been commissioned by many major Italian and international magazines, mainly for portraits, editorial and documentary photography. He also works on corporate projects for clients such as SEA, Metroweb, Fedrigoni, Fondazione Altagamma, Stone Island, Grana Padano, many of which became books and publications.