Sarah Moon, Alex Majoli, Nadav Kander, Martin Kollar, Tommaso Protti


Nuove produzioni 2020 per la Collezione Roma

edited by Francesco Zizola

2021, 5 hardcover volumes housed in a kraft slipcase
Bilingual: Italian / English
16,5x23,5 cm, 318 pages, 600 copies
ISBN: 9788831363198

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Invited to Rome by exhibition curator Francesco Zizola through an artist-in-residence program, with their poetic, visionary, raw and intellectual gaze, Sarah Moon, Alex Majoli, Nadav Kander, Martin Kollar and Tommaso Protti offer the portrait of a millenary metropolis living day by day in its fascinating antiquity.

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Sarah Moon
(France, 1941), previously known as Marielle Hadengue, is a French photographer. Initially a model, she turned to fashion photography in the 1970s. Since 1985, she focuses on gallery and film work.

Alex Majoli
(Italy, 1971) Italian photographer known for his documentation of war and conflict. He has been a member of Magnum Photos since 2001 and has worked on assignment for a variety of publications. Majoli’s work focuses on the human condition and the theater within our daily lives.

Nadav Kander
Born in Israeli in 1961, he's a London-based photographer, artist and director renowned for his portraiture and large-format landscape photographs. Past projects include Yangtze–The Long River, Dust, Obama’s people.

Martin Kollar
Born in Zilina in Czechoslovakia (now Slovak Republic), he studied at the Academy of Performing Arts Bratislava, the Film faculty, camera department. He has been working as a freelance photographer and cinematographer since he graduated. He has received several grants and awards, including the Prix Elysee and Oscar Barnack Award. His work has been exhibited across the world, including Brooklyn Museum, the Slovak National Gallery (Bratislava), Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany, Tel Aviv museum of art and Musee Elysee (Lausanne). As a cinematographer, he has worked on a number of films. He has taught as a guest lecturer at the Kunstakademie Stuttgart in Germany (2013), Vevey School of Photography in Vevey Switzerland (2015) and Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava (2021).

Tommaso Protti
(Italy, 1986) He lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil. He started his career as a photographer in 2011 after graduating in Political Science and International Relations. Since then, he has devoted himself on creating his own long-term projects. His work has been exhibited internationally at The Royal Albert Hall (London), Greenwich Heritage Centre (Woolwich, UK), Benaki Museum (Athens), MACRo (Rome), 10b Photography gallery (Rome), Fotoleggendo festival (Rome), Les Rencontres d’Arles festival (France), Prix Bayeux- Calvados des Correspondants de guerre festival (France), Belfast Photo festival (Ireland), C40 Mayors Summit (Mexico City), UN COP 22 (Marrakesh, Morocco), PARTE Contemporary Art Fair (São Paulo, Brazil). His photographs have been published in major titles including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time, National Geographic, The New Yorker, The Guardian, The Independent, Le Monde, Corriere della Sera, among others. He also works with international organizations such as the United Nations. Tommaso is a member of Angustia.