Sara Munari (Milan, 1972) in 2001 opened La Stazione Fotografica, studio and gallery for photographic exhibition. She enjoys, loves and respects photography.
Massimo Vitali (Como, 1944) moved to London after high-school, where he studied Photography at the London College of Printing.
Lorenzo Tricoli (Milan, 1965) after studying at ICP in New York, he worked as freelance photographer, especially in the fashion industry.
Christopher Thomas (Munich, 1961) as an artist is best known through his exceptional city portraits: tranquil photographs of cityscapes taken with a large-format camera and printed on handcrafted paper.
Gergely Szatmári (Salgótarján, Hungary, 1966) has been teaching in the photography master program at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest since 2000.
Boris Mikhailov (Kharkiv, Ukraine, 1938), in Soviet times worked as an engineer at a factory in Kharkiv while pursuing his passion for photography, which he began exhibiting in the 1960s.
Joel Meyerowitz (New York, 1938). He believes it was that basic “street” education that nurtured his delight in human observation, a perception which is at the heart of his photography.
Irene Kung was born in Berna in 1958 and, before moving to Rome, lived and worked in Madrid and New York as graphic designer, painter and photographer.
Luca Campigotto (Venice, 1962) since the very beginning has dedicated his photographic research to the visual evocation of those places connected to history.
Jonas Bendiksen (Norwegian, 1977) began his career at the age of 19 as an intern at Magnum’s London office, before leaving for Russia to pursue his own work as a photojournalist. He joined Magnum Photos in 2004.