Simone Donati was assigned a new project by Cortona on the Move festival.Read more
The new post from our column on the "Shots & Murmurs" blog is about Colectivo Photo from Portugal.Read more
"Balance on the zero" by Pietro Paolini is exhibited at the documentary photography biennial in the Cuizhenkuan Art Museum. Xi'An, China.Read more
Our long term project on assignment for la Repubblica has been exhibited at MAST gallery in Bologna.Read more
Amazon, Ikea and Zalando are only but a few of the corporations which have based their logistics centres near Piacenza, a city in the North-east of Italy that is now dubbed the Italian capital of logistics. The Italian logistics sector has experienced the highest growth rate in Europe and is now worth 200 billion Euros, 13% of Italy’s GDP. In Piacenza, logistics centres occupy a total 2 million squared metres and employ 6,400 workers.View project
On the night between the 23rd and the 24th of August, 2016, Italy is struck by a violent earthquake that destroys several areas between Lazio, Marche and Umbria, killing almost 300 people and leaving more than 15,000 homeless.
In January 2016, Simone Donati set off on a journey along the Southern Apennines chain, beginning from the Aspromonte mountain massif and moving northwards, on a trip that will take him across the regions of Calabria, Basilicata, Campania and Molise.