“The link between America’s lax gun laws and the violence that fuels immigration » in The New Yorker from March 22, 2018, with a picture from my guns in America’s reportage.
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Live an unique experience in Cuba during an itinerant photographic workshop. Capture stunning images in the field and hone your skills.
Discover the mysteries and beauties of Havana, Pinar del Rio, Viñales Valley, Cienfuegos, Trinidad, El Cubano National Park, Valley de los Ingenios, Santi Spíritus, Remedios and Santa Clara.
Details of the trip are available in French, but the photographer speak fluent English, Italian and German.
On the latest issue (January 18, 2018) of Écho Magazine, you can look at six pages on TPO police working in and out of trains in Ticino, Switzerland.“La police des trains à l’oeuvre” in Écho Magazine (PDF)
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The curators from the exhibit “Sulle vie dell’illuminazione – Il mito dell’India nella cultura occidentale 1808-2017” have selected three pictures from my set on Alang, India.
The collective photo exhibit takes place at the MASI (LAC Lugano Arte e Cultura) in Lugano (Switzerland) from September 23rd, 2017 to January 21st, 2018.
Opening night at LAC, Masi Lugano – Switzerland
The book published by Skira for the exhibit can be ordered online.
“At the time of the olives”
Photographic journey in Apulia, Italy, December 1-6, 2017
Live an unique experience in Southern Italy during a travel photographic workshop.
The trip will offer you unique opportunities to take pictures in the wonderful Italian countryside in Puglia (Apulia) at the time when farmers pick up olives from trees. You will document the full process from time of harvest and extraction process, then traditional pressing whole olives and producing delicious olive oils. Of course you will have a chance to taste it on delicious Italian food.
You will also have the chance to experience Matera’s Christmas traditions. Matera has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1993, because it is “the most outstanding, intact example of a troglodyte settlement in the Mediterranean region, perfectly adapted to its terrain and ecosystem” and in 2019 the title “European Capital of Culture” will be awarded to Matera. This city is famous for its cave dwellings, the so-called sassi. This workshop gives you the opportunity to experience the magical atmosphere of Matera made more fascinating by the living crib organized in the caves.
Details of the trip are available in French, but both photographer and guide speak fluent English and Italian.
A talk about photography on Swiss national radio RSI Rete Due.
[Voci dipinte, RSI Rete 2 – October 2nd, 2016]