Neither a journalist nor a story teller, Luca Campigotto is a scene shaper. His haunting images of New York couple the camera’s forensic gaze with a decidedly romantic sensibility, creating photographs in which the present and the past, desire and nostalgia coexist.
Milan-based architect and photographer Antonio Ottomanelli maps the forces unleashed following the events of September 11, 2001, which cast distant realities — Kabul, Baghdad, Sadr City, Herat, Dokan, New York City, Gaza — into a "state of entanglement".
Young photographer Giovanni Hänninen documents the contemporary abandoned spaces in the city of Milan. In Alberto Amoretti's words, this is "a dormant city, huddled between the tower blocks and grand buildings of a metropolis that starves for more land".