Claudio Corrivetti is founder and director of the Italian publishing house Postcart.
He was born in Rome in 1960 from Neapolitan parents. He started to photograph in 1977 with an OLYMPUS OM1 camera. He worked as a photographer for newspapers, magazines and cinema. In 1994 he founded the publishing house Postcart, specialized in photobooks.
Postcart catalogue included more than 100 photobooks and several series such as “Postwords”. Since 2011 all the books are distributed worldwide. Some of Postcart’s books – Anima russa by Davide Monteleone, Terre di sud by Emiliano Mancuso, Protagonisti by Sandro Becchetti, Buenos Aires Cafè by Lucia Baldini, Bosnian Identity by Matteo Bastianelli, Memoria by Palmera e Bianchi, Voci by Carmelo Bongiorno, Fault Lines by George Georgiou, L’unico eri tu by Stefano Giogli, Genti di Dio by Monika Bulaj – have won national and international awards.