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From Series: "Moments in Cuban Wandering"


Cuba. 2007. Remedios.


December 24th. On Christmas Eve, in Remedios, the two factions of El Carmen and San Salvador wage war with fireworks. It is the Parranda De Remedios.


Prize:

First Prize in the "People" Category of National Geographic Italy Awards.


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Print Fine Art - Cuba

From Series: "MiRelLa"


Roma. 2010.


After showering. Mirella takes care of her husband. MiRelLa is the story of a woman, a mother, a wife, a grandmother.


Prize:

World Press Photo 2013 in "Daily Life" Category.


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Print Fine Art - MiRelLa

From Series: Suspended In Midair


Kenya. 2010.


In that apparent nothing made of endless expanses and earth and dust a tree. An immense tree to define the square of that "nothing". A little shadow, two cords hanging from a branch and a table: children of the Samburu ethnic group who play on the swing and as if by magic, in that apparent "nothing" a small living world.


Prize:

First Prize FIOF 2010 in "Reportage" Category.


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Print Fine Art - Suspended In Midair

From Series: Omo Change


South Ethiopia. Omo Valley. 2011.
Along the oriental shore of the Omo River near the Karo village, children are playing by jumping in the sand. The Karo village is located in a natural bights of the Omo River. Karos are a small tribe with an estimated population between 1,000 and 3,000 people and lives thanks to fishing and cultivation made possible by the flooding of the Omo River.


Prize:

World Press Photo 2018 "Long Term" Category.


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Print Fine Art - Omo Change

From Series: Omo Change


South Ethiopia. Omo Valley. Mago National Park. 2017.


Two girls from the Mursi ethnic group are getting ready to return to their village, after going to get some water in a well. Both wear bras that have been given to them by western tourists.


Prize:

World Press Photo 2018 "Long Term" Category.


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Print Fine Art - Omo Change

From Series: Omo Change


South Ethiopia. Omo Valley. 2013.


Borana ethnicity. A Borana woman inside a well is getting water to take to ground level in order to water her animals. In this extremely dry area, in the dry season, water is taken from 20 meters deep wells, where the aquifer is located.


Prize:

World Press Photo 2018 "Long Term" Category.


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Print Fine Art - Omo Change

From Series: Omo Change


South Ethiopia. Omo Valley. 2013.
Omorate zone. Near the border with Kenya. Child of the Dassanech ethnicity in front of the Omo River. The scarification on the shoulder are typical of the ethnicities in the south of Ethiopia and indicat the transition from childhood to adulthood and the number of preys killed while hunting.


Prize:

World Press Photo 2018 "Long Term" Category.
SIPA International Awards


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Print Fine Art - Omo Change

From Series: And I Will Make The Rivers Dry


Kenya. Contea of Turkana. 2017.


A fisherman returns to Kalokol after being in the village of Longech, on the gulf of Ferguson.


Prize:

Festival della Fotografia Etica.


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Print Fine Art - And I Will Make The Rivers Dry

From Series: And I Will Make The Rivers Dry


Kenya. Contea of Turkana. 2017.


A woman ethnicity of Turkana, has just washed the fish bought from fishermen returning from a fishing trip. The Turkana is a deserted lake with closed basin and is heavily subject to evaporation. Reducing the flow of water from the Omo and then from the lake increases salinity, thus endangering the fish.


Prize:

Festival della Fotografia Etica.


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Print Fine Art - And I Will Make The Rivers Dry

From Series: In The Middle Of Black Christianity


Ethiopia. Axum. 2014.


A bride gets her breast washed before breastfeeding her baby. In the Christian Orthodox religion is possible to have kids also before getting married. In the marriage of the Ethiopian Tewaedo Church, there is a sacrement named: Invisible Grace. The function of this sacrament is: To sanctify the matrimonial union and make it a spiritual one. To help the husband and wife to keep themselves united together and unseparated. To keep the husband and wife loyal and faithful to each other.


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Print Fine Art - In The Middle Of Black Christianity

From Series: In The Middle Of Black Christianity


Ethiopia. Lalibela. 2014.
Celebration of the St. George’s festivity in the homonym Church. The priests are get around the Church and pray and sing for the Saint and the believers that are at the entrance of the Church. The St. George Church is one of the four monolithic churches of Lalibela and is hollowed from the top to the bottom, this is why it’s not visible from the outside. Legend has it that King Lalibela, inspired by God and Saint George, built numerous churches of this kind throughout Ethiopia, aided by angels who worked during the night.


Prize:

HIPA and Kolga Awards


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Print Fine Art - In The Middle Of Black Christianity

From Series: In The Middle Of Black Christianity


Ethiopia. Tigrai region. 2013.
In the monastery of Yemrehanna Kristos. A praying woman inside the courtyard of the Monastery hollowed inside the cave. The whole construction is based on Olive tree wooden panels used to uplift it from the watery terrain underneath it. Legend has it that the difficulty in finding the churches is due to a Muslim queen who wanted to eradicate Christianity from Ethiopia, burning all the churches she could find.


Prize:

World Press Photo 2018 "Long Term" Category.


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Print Fine Art - In The Middle Of Black Christianity

From Series: Palio of Siena


Siena. Italy. 2018.


The washing of the Renalzos horse after the tests that precede the day of the Palio.


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Print Fine Art - Palio Of Siena

From Series: The Black Side Of South Africa


Witbank. South Africa. 2016.


One of the 22 coal mines present in the province of Mpumalanga.


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Print Fine Art - The Black Side Of South Africa

From Series: Varanasi


Varanasi. India. 2015.


A woman praying in the sanctuary of a Kusthy gym


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Print Fine Art - Varanasi

From Series: The Italy Religion


Canosa. Italy. 2015
Procession of the "Addolorata". The Holy Week in Canosa starts from the Friday of Passion with the devotion of Mary Addolorata covered by a long and thin black tulle. The cult of Addolorata (Sorrows) represents a moment of intense drama. Before the start of the procession, the statue of the Madonna stops for a few minutes, accompanied by thousands of women dressed in black with a covered face who sing and recite the Miserere.


Prize:

Kolga Awards


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Print Fine Art - Italy Religion

From Series: Varanasi


Varanasi. India. 2015.


India women inside a house in Varanasi.


Prize:

Circle Of Life. Vilnius Awards


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Print Fine Art - Varanasi