B. 1978ITALIAN BASED IN ROME
Deeply committed to social issues, Alessandro has made the issue of immigration in the Mediterranean and Europe his focus in recent years.
He has won prizes with World Press Photo; Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund Grant; Getty editorial grants;Burn Magazine Emerging Photographer Fund; and Terry O’Neill Tag Award. His work from Greece was also the focus of a major exhibition entitled The European Dream: Road to Bruxelles, which travelled through Greece, Italy, France, Switzerland and Belgium, where it was shown at the European Parliament.More
Alessandro works regularly with Italian and international publications and his work has been widely published, including in The International Herald Tribune, TIME, The Washington Post, Businessweek, The Guardian, BBC, Human Rights Watch, L’Espresso, D di Repubblica and Vanity Fair Italy.
His images have been widely exhibited at festivals in Europe, and he regularly conducts photographic workshops and seminars.
Alessandro is based in Rome.Less
For almost seven years, I have been photographing the conditions of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in Europe, with a particular focus on European Union border countries. I have aimed to shed a light on the consequences of attitudes of closure and xenophobia around the issue of immigration in Europe upon some of the world’s…More
The project “Migrant Workers Journey” describes and documents the social and human working conditions of migrants employed illegally in Italy in the agricultural sector, mainly as seasonal worker during the…More
In 2013, due principally to the war in Syria, Bulgaria found itself in the middle of international migration flows like never before. Caught completely unprepared for the around 11,000 refugees…More
Further along the Balkans route, I found 1,500 people stuck, living in old industrial warehouses in the Serbian capital Belgrade. More than half of these people were unaccompanied minors who…More
- Witness to Serbia's Growing Refugee Crisis by Time
- El alto precio del sueño europeo by El Pais
- Europe needs a human approach to immigration' by The Local
- Business Insider
- Photos That Brutally Demonstrate What Teenagers Will Endure to Escape to Europe by New Republic
- Empathy is a great by Gup Magazine
- How A Photographer Of Refugees Finds The Stories That Get Left Behind by Huffington Post