What’s new

· Quirinal on L'Europeo and National Geographic
· Eritrea on Repubblica Travels
· Finis Terrae on National Geographic
· Sguardi Nikon Italy, number 81
· PhotoTravelling, blog on National Geographic
· The Colours of the World, exhibition by National Geographic
· Italian Geographic, exhibition by National Geographic
· Italy On The Move, exhibition by Italian Geographical Society
· 4° Festival of Travel Writing
· 1° Festival Cortona On the Move
· 2° Master in Travel Communication and Culture
· Cover: The fisherman of the Platani, Geo


Images of the Quirinal on L’Europeo:
The Kings of the Repubblic (January/February 2012)
The costs of politics (July 2011)

> page L’Europeo



Reportage (text+photos) on the Quirinal, the “home of the Italians”, on the National Geographic Italy of January 2011, on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the Unity of Italy. Photographer’s diary and photogallery on the sites of the magazine and of the Quirinal

> nationalgeographic.it
> page National Geographic



Reportage (text+photos) on Eritrea on Repubblica Travels of 2 February 2011. Text and photogallery on the site of La Repubblica

> page Repubblica Travels


Reportage (text+photos) on the Italian Finis Terrae, a journey to the four geographical extremes of the country, on the National Geographic Italy of July 2011. Photographer’s diary and photogallery on the magazine site

> nationalgeographic.it
> page National Geographic



The latest issue (March 2012) of Sguardi, the magazine of Nikon Italy dedicated to photography and travel of which I’m the editor, is online

> page Sguardi (Looks)





On the site of the National Geographic Italy,
my blog about photography and travel

> page Blog


Exhibition “The Colours of the World” by National Geographic Italy, curator Guglielmo Pepe, Spazio Fontana, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, from 12 February to 8 May 2011. 95 images by photographers working and collaborating with National Geographic on an international and national level, unpublished on the magazine and developed through four colours: red, green, white and blue. Participating with a picture (in “red”): Asmara, Eritrea

> nationalgeographic.it
> page Exhibitions


Inside the Italian Photographic Festival, exhibition “Italian Geographic 2011, the photographers of the National Geographic Italy”, curator Marco Pinna, Marliani Cicogna Palace, Busto Arsizio, from 12 November to 4 December 2011. 26 images by 26 photographers who have been working for the Italian edition of the magazine since 1998. Participating with a picture (Sauze d’Oulx, Piedmont)

> nationalgeographic.it
> page Exhibitions


On the occasion of the celebrations for the 150th anniversary of the Unity, exhibition “Italy On The Move: Ways and Landscapes from the Unity to present days”, by the Italian Geographical Society, curator Margherita Azzari. Held first in Rome (Valle Giulia, Scalea Bruno Zevi), then in Florence (Portici del Rettorato, University of Studies) and Venice (Venice International University), from 1 April to 30 November 2011. Curator of the contemporary section of the exhibition and participating with two pictures (Radicofani and Venice)

> catalogue, text: Landscape Fragments
> page Exhibitions

Fourth edition of the Festival of Travel Writing (Rome, 29 September / 2 October 2011), promoted by the Italian Geographical Society and Federculture. Theme: “Travelling in Italy, Travels by Italians”, on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the Unity of Italy. Curator of the programme, coordinator of the Workshop of travel writing and photography, editor of Altrove (the festival online magazine), editor of Festbook (the festival book-catalogue)

> festivaletteraturadiviaggio.it
> page Festival


First edition of the Festival Cortona On the Move, Travel Photography: miniworkshop on travel photography and writing (22-23 July 2011, in collaboration with Toscana Photographic Workshop) and projection of the two multimedia “Passages to Italy: Inside the Quirinal and Finis Terrae", made with pictures of the reportages realized for National Geographic Italy

> cortonaonthemove.com
> page Multimedia


Scientific direction of the second edition (April/July 2011) of the Master in Communication and Travel Culture (Writing, Photography, Videos, Web, Tourism and Media), created in collaboration with CTS Study Centre and the Italian Geographical Society

> synopsis Master

Cover photo of the book “The fisherman of the Platani” by Stefano Malatesta, Neri Pozza Editor