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Edward Rozzo

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Born in New York in 1947, after studying photojournalism and television at Boston University’s School of Public Communications, Edward Rozzo received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in contemporary photography at the Rhode Island School of Design under Harry Callahan in 1970. He moved to Italy in the early 70s where he established himself for over 30 years photographing people, places and processes for company profiles throughout North America and Europe.

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Marc Feustel

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Marc Feustel is an independent curator, writer and blogger based in Paris. A specialist in Japanese photography, he is the author of “Japan: a self-portrait, photographs 1945–1964” and a founding director of “Studio Equis”, an organisation devoted to broadening access to the visual arts between Japan and the West. He has curated several exhibitions including Japan A Self-Portrait, 1945-1964 (Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo), Tokyo Stories (Kulturhuset, Stockholm) and Eikoh Hosoe: Theatre of Memory (Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney) and is a regular contributor to photography magazines and is […]

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Massimo Cristaldi

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Massimo Cristaldi was born in Catania (Italy) in 1970. His professional career started in 1994. After receiving a degree in Geology, he began managing international research projects. Art is the environment he grew up in and photography was the way he set his creative side free. The driving concern of his work is focused on traces that man and time carve over nature and things, representing, in particular, effects and signs on “what remains”. He has won various international and national awards such as the International Photography Awards 2008, 2009 and […]

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Pippo Pappalardo

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Editor of the Italian magazine Gente di Fotografia, and collaborator with various photographic publications, Pappalardo is both teacher and editorial contributor. His analysis of contemporary photography is illuminated with a profound historical understanding of the image. He has edited numerous photo-books as well as publications on freedom of the press and personal rights. As a teacher, he has developed a method based on the teachings of Nino Migliori at the University of Bologna which has led to his involvement in Elementary School education. He is also the founder and director […]

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