Francesco Fossa (Piedimonte Matese, 1966) is a journalist and a photographer, based in Rome.
Shai Kremer (kibbutz Ga’ash, Israel, 1974) lives and works New York, where he attended the School of Visual Arts.
Nick Hannes (Antwerp, 1974) is a Belgian photographer based in Ranst.
Bernard Plossu (Dalat, Vietnam, 1945) spent his childhood in Paris.
Eleonora Olivetti (Merano, 1939 – Torino, 2010) has worked as a researcher in human genetics for the University of Turin.
Her work has been exhibited in Italy and abroad in many museum and galleries .
Josef Koudelka (Boskovice, 1938) made his first photographs while a student in the 1950s. He turned full-time to photography in 1967.
Marie Hudelot (France, 1981), after studying film in Montpellier, took a course in photography and multimedia at the University of Paris 8. Her area of research focuses on contact between different cultures around the world, to experiment with the notion of alterity.
Jacques Henri Lartigue (Courbevoie, France, 1894 – Nice, 1986) first approached photography thanks to his father, who gave him his first camera when he was seven. His first photography, taken in complete autonomy, is dated 1902.
Peter Greenaway (Newport, Wales, 1942) completed his first narrative feature film, The Draughtsman’s Contract, in 1982. It received great critical acclaim and established him internationally as one of the most important and original film makers of our times.
Andrea Boccalini (1976) started his career as a photojournalist, then he devoted himself to jazz and portrait photography.