“Resolution 808” is an in-depth visual investigation about the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) where Martino Lombezzi’s photographs are combined with Jorie Horsthuis’s journalistic work.
Through the gaze of authors capable of exploring the world in unpredictable ways, “Les Pionniers” invites us to reflect on current and urgent themes. Manuel Rivera-Ortiz, president of the MRO Foundation, told us something about the exhibition and the Foundation’s new projects.
In the Sicilian photographer’s latest work, collected in a book and displayed in an exhibition, the images tell us about lacerations and contrasts. A deep reflection on the theme of pain, on the world and on photography itself.
Gibellini Project is a young company that has combined the latest technology with an ancient charm. Because even today a great number of enthusiasts like to go back to shooting as they did in the nineteenth century: with “plates” and a view camera.
We decided to try, with this editorial, to trace an original narrative inspired by a famous surrealist practice: a twine of words and images of different authors, that give us back a maybe unlikely, certainly unconventional and free, vision of a moment that will remain – and must remain – in our collective memory for a long time.
The Italian photographer talks about his award-winning project at World Press Photo 2020: a work documenting the migration of almost five million people, fleeing Venezuela to escape the harsh living conditions in their country.
In the mid-1980s, Giacomelli discovered Calabria: he saw a land of contrasts and abandonment, where, however, life was still vibrant in the humble and generous hearts of its inhabitants, portrayed in the series “Il canto dei nuovi migranti”.
A project in which contemporary vision and magical realism integrate admirably, making us glimpse hopes and contradictions of the three South American states – Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador – that the photographer has travelled extensively from 2008 to 2014.
Cortona On The Move launch a brand new online platform: The Covid-19 Visual Project is an online archive, a memorial to restore the deeper meaning, the socio-anthropological values of what is happening.
Going through the history of the famous photographic Italian archive: a heritage of over five million images that is preparing to embark on a new journey, this time public, towards its enhancement and conservation.
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