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Francesco Lopazio

Hacking Daily Life. The work originates from my computer studies; more precisely from the term “hacking” which can refer more generically to those situations in which it is necessary to use creativity and imagination.

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Giuseppe Andretta

Scarfès self-injury in tcharmil subculture. Tcharmil means, in the Moroccan dialect, a spicy meat stew marinated with different spices. Recently, however, it is used to indicate the teenagers subculture that has become particularly widespread in large cities such as Casablanca and Fes.

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Stefano Dili

S o c i e t u s . The following series of images is part of an ongoing independent long-term project. A personal representation, a visual journey, an exploration of various problems that afflict society today, seen through the photographer’s eye.

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Filippo Trojano

Cosplay. “Give him a mask and he will tell you the truth”, O.Wilde wrote this sentence which still offers us a key to investigate the human mind and our relationship with the images.

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Benedetta Ristori

East. East is an ‘on the road’ journey through the countries of the Balkan Peninsula. The project aims to explore the relationship between the past and present of these nations and show how the past may influence or interact with the world today.

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Italian Street Eyes

Italian Street Eyes. Italian Street Eyes is a collective of Italian photographers focused on the practice of street photography and with the desire to show the world with their documentary and artistic way.

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Raimund Moser

A regal, ruling river there exists. Iquitos, Peru, is a fascinating and weired place. This series explores daily life of Iquitos people and has evolved under the guidance of Nikos Economopoulos.

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Tommaso Vaccarezza

The inevitability of the Sea. Old and forgotten, the Italian border town of Trieste (Italy) has in the waterfront, not so much a beach but a 4 km seafront promenade only a few bus stops away from the center of town, its largest characterization.

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Stefano Lista

Only After You Can Die. “Vedi Napoli e poi muori” (see Naples and only after you can die) is one of the oldest known Italian quotes. Naples is a city of a category on its own.

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