Filippo Venturi (born in Cesena in 1980) is an Italian documentary photographer. He produces personal projects concerning identity and human condition.
Max Pinckers is a Belgian artist based in Brussels. His work explores the strategies of visual storytelling in documentary photography.
Joakim Kocjancic is an Italian photographer based in Stockholm. His work has been published in national and international newspapers and magazines.
Nicola Tanzini is an Italian entrepreneur and photographer with over thirty years experience.
His work is inspired mostly by the movement of Humanist photography
Karim El Maktafi is an Italian-Moroccan photographer. His photographic research explores the concept of identity through documentary methods and portraiture.
Leila Alaoui was a French-Moroccan photographer and video artist whose experiences across different cultural and geographic environments inform her critical and creative practice.
Rania Werda (Bizerte, 1984), daughter of a History professor and an Art professor, brings in her soul both her Western and Eastern roots and an audacious and rebellious impulse that comes from the social reality of her country.
Paolo Verzone (Turin, 1967) is based between Italy, France and Spain. He has been a member of Agence VU since 2003.
Polixeni Papapetrou (Melbourne, 1960) is an Australian photographic artist who explores the relationship between history, contemporary culture and identity.
Albert Watson (Edinburgh, 1942) has made his mark as one of the world’s most successful fashion and commercial photographers during the last four decades.