Lo studio di Giorgio Morandi
Piergiorgio Branzi. Paris, 1954-2011
Bill Armstrong
Gianni Berengo Gardin
Piergiorgio Branzi
Luca Campigotto
Robert Capa
Lorenzo Cicconi Massi
Daniele Dainelli
Elliott Erwitt
Giorgia Fiorio
Maurizio Galimberti
Simona Ghizzoni
Mario Giacomelli
Marco Gualazzini
Kenro Izu
Mimmo Jodice
William Klein
Irene Kung
Herbert List
Nino Migliori
Vincent Munier
James Nachtwey
Martin Parr
Paolo Pellegrin
Martin Schoeller
Marco Pesaresi
Raghu Rai
Sebastião Salgado
Francesco Radino
Ferdinando Scianna
Massimo Siragusa
Janet Sternburg
Paolo Ventura
Albert Watson
Alex Webb
Marco Zanta
Mattia Zoppellaro

Paolo Pellegrin

Paolo Pellegrin was born in Rome in 1964. He starts photographing in the 80s and in 1999 he enters Magnum Photos of which he will become a member in 2005. He covers international and public news for some of the main newspapers. In 1995 he wins the World Press Photo (category “Daily Life”) for his reportage on AIDS in Uganda. This is just the first of a long series of awards such as the Kodak Young Photographer Award, the Visa D’Or of Perpignan, the WPP 2000 (category “People in the News”) for his work on Kosovo and the prestigious Hasselblad Grant, among others. In 2002 he won the Hansel-Meith Award and the WPP, category “People in the News”. In 2005 he wins another WPP, category “Portraits-Stories”. He recently published the book As I was dying and participated into Magnum’s collective exhibition Access to life. He published Cambogia with MSF and Kosovo: The Flight of Reason.