Photography
Black Sheep | A photographic novel by Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo

Black Sheep | A photographic novel by Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo

Eclectic is the word that best describes Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo’s personality. After first spreading his electronic beats with the Bloody Beetroots DJ set and Tommy Tea, then taking the Bloody Beetroots and Death Crew ’77 on a world tour with Swede Dennis Lyxzén, Bob decided to dedicate himself to another of his passions: photography.   The exhibition,...
Marco Ansaloni | History and Travel Photography

Marco Ansaloni | History and Travel Photography

Marco Ansaloni is, in my opinion, one of today’s most interesting Italian travel photographers. After studying architecture and photography in Italy, he moved to Barcelona where he currently lives with his family.   Characterized by a desire for discovery and a deep interest in the historical background of his subjects, Marco’s portraits of distant and...
Moon Safari | Giovanni Capriotti

Moon Safari | Giovanni Capriotti

Giovanni Capriotti, an innovative social documentary photographer based in Toronto, has  always made photography part of his life.  As someone who loves to travel,  he had the chance to experience the vibrant and creative environment of the 1990s between Amsterdam and London.     Giovanni’s Moon Safari project captured our attention with its beautiful but...
Tejan Karefa | An Interview with the best photographer you've never heard of

Tejan Karefa | An Interview with the best photographer you’ve never heard of

Tejan Karefa is the best photographer you’ve never heard of. He was born in New York and his life has taken him around the world. He has lived and worked in the United States, Europe, Africa and South America, but in the last few years he has developed a special connection with Italy.  From Italy...
Angelo Musco | From Naples to the World

Angelo Musco | From Naples to the World

Angelo Musco, life and visions of a visionary man   Angelo Musco’s art involves turning reality upside down and creating works that run counter to preconceived ideas. Both literal and figurative organic structures (nests, amniotic sacs, eggs) stir deep emotions relating to the artist’s traumatic birth, an experience that left both physical and psychological scars....
Carlo Caccavale | The Eye and the iPhone

Carlo Caccavale | The Eye and the iPhone

  How do you turn a long and varied resume  that spans two continents into the story of a person’s life? When it comes to Carlo Caccavale the task seems particularly daunting.  Born in a town on the Roman coast named after the mythic god of the seas, Nettuno, Carlo is currently associate director of...
Corrado Calza Loves Food

Corrado Calza Loves Food

How would you describe your love for food - carnal or capricious?
Feel the Amore | Paul Hart's Vespa Photography

Feel the Amore | Paul Hart’s Vespa Photography

  Rows of candy-coloured Lambrettas, the chrome grill of a vintage Alfa-Romeo, restored vintage Vespas.  It might sound like a description of an Italian road, but no, this is life through the lens of a Londoner. From his work at a high-end design store selling lines such as B&B Italia and Zanotta to his passion...
Alessandro Mitola | Elegant Darkness

Alessandro Mitola | Elegant Darkness

  His personal style is reminiscent of Pirates of the Caribbean.  He drinks gin and tonic.  He is obsessed with beauty. At age 24 self-taught photographer Alessandro Mitola is already building a biography that recalls those artists of hipster eras long past. For example, consider the fact that he not only has a muse, but is...
Francesco Vezzola | From Cut-offs to Street Style

Francesco Vezzola | From Cut-offs to Street Style

He might rank as a top blogger  (Vogue.it blogger of the day, best moustache in the blogosphere) but Francesco Vezzola makes it clear that he’s not one of  ”those” bloggers.  While Francesco is from the (very small) San Felice di Benaco, he lives between Italy and Austria and his blog PIMPUMPAM combines photography with QAs...
The Sziget Experience | A visual diary... from Budapest

The Sziget Experience | A visual diary… from Budapest

Ciao, Martina Vitelli, from Milano, in Budapest, Hungary. A diary… written night after night, with the favor of the moon and the screams of life “The Sziget festival is illegal, immoral, blasphemous, irresponsible, polluting, deafening, toxic and sickening…. But I would not miss it for the world.” A little history on the Festival: Founded all the...
Photographic diary from Glastonbury Festival 2011 | Where Coachella meets Burning Man

Photographic diary from Glastonbury Festival 2011 | Where Coachella meets Burning Man

Ciao, I’m Alessio Pizzicannella, fotografo, from Roma. This is my last journey as a professional photographer… Glastonbury Festival is the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world. Coming to Glastonbury involves a fair amount of travel, but when you get past these impediments, you enter a huge tented city, a mini-state under canvas....