stefano de luigi

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(Germania, 1964) Ha iniziato la sua carriera di fotografo lavorando per il Museo del Grand Louvre dal 1989 al 1996. Ha realizzato diversi progetti a lungo termine come, Celebrities, lavoro sull’universo della moda,  Pornoland, un viaggio sui set della pornografia nel mondo, Blindness, progetto fotografico sulla condizione della cecità nel mondo,  Cinema Mundi, un’indagine sul modo del Cinema, tutte le produzioni cinematografiche alternative ad Hollywood (come Cina, Russia, Iran, Argentina, Nigeria, Corea del Sud e India), iDyssey, un viaggio lungo l’itinerario dell’Odissea di Omero, utilizzando come mezzo fotografico solo due Iphone.

Libri: "Pornoland" (Thames & Hudson-2004), "Blanco" (Trolley, 2010), and "iDyssey" (Edition Bessard 2017).

I suoi numerosi premi includono quattro World Press Photos in diverse categorie (1998, 2007, 2010, 2011), Eugene Smith fellowship grant (2008), Getty Grant for editorial photography, Days Japan International Photojournalism Award (2010) e Syngenta Photography Award (2015). Lavora regolarmente con le più importanti riviste internazionali tra cui The New Yorker, Geo, Paris Match, and Stern ed ha esposto i suoi lavori a New York, Parigi, Genova, Milano, Roma, Londra, Istanbul e Atene. E’ membro dell’Agenzia VII dal 2008.

(Germany, 1964) Italian photographer Stefano De Luigi currently lives in Paris and started his career working for the Grand Louvre Museum as a photographer from 1989 to 1996. He worked on long-term projects, including: “Celebrities” (1998), about the fashion world, Pornoland, a journey on pornographic film sets, Blindness, a photographic project on the blindness condition in the world, published as Blanco (2010), Cinema Mundi, a World Cinema exploration on the alternative cinematographic scene external to the Hollywood dream factory (including China, Russia, Iran, Argentina, Nigeria, South Korea and India), iDyssey,  a travel report following Odysseus’ itinerary in Homer’s epic poem, using only two iPhones as a camera.

Books: "Pornoland" (Thames & Hudson-2004), "Blanco" (Trolley, 2010), and "iDyssey" (Edition Bessard 2017).

His numerous awards include four World Press Photo awards (1998, 2007, 2010, 2011), the Eugene Smith fellowship grant (2008), the Getty Grant for editorial photography, the Days Japan International Photojournalism Award (2010), and the Syngenta Photography Award (2015).

Stefano works regularly with several international publications including The New Yorker, Geo, Paris Match, and Stern and has exhibited his work in New York, Paris, Geneva, Milan, Rome, London, Istanbul, and Athens.

He has been a member of the VII Agency since 2008.

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