Bio

Marco Baroncini

Documentary photographer, represented by Corbis Images Agency,  he is focused on documenting social issues. He works with several magazines, including the New YorkTimes, Le Monde, Vanity Fair, Internazionale. He realized projects of documentation of humanitarian emergencies in conflict areas in behalf of NGO’s, humanitarian associations (MSF, Human Rights Watch, UN, Intersos, Amnesty) and on assignments. In Italy he follows issues related to immigration, the italian crisis and works since early 2000’s on a long term project regarding Gypsies communities. The “New Porrajmos” work on gypsies has participated at the Festival of Photojournalism of Perpignan, Visa pour l’Image 2009, and has been reviewed by the New York Times. In 2005 he published, with other authors, the photo books “Rom, Figli di un Dio minore” (Graffiti) and “The Land of Palestine” (Graffiti) awarded with the Jury Prize at the Orvieto Photo Festival. In 2011, he published the book “Waf Jeremie, the beginning of hope” (Graffiti) on Haiti. In 2012 he published the book “House with no roof” about street kids in Romania. The exhibition of these two projects are running all over Italy. The project on haiti has participated at the Festival of Ethical Photography of Lodi in 2012. Some of his pictures are part of DOCVA photographic archive of MAXXI (National ART Museum of XXI century) Museum of Rome.

Awards

IPA Award 2013 – Photo Essay and Feature Story – “House with no roof”

IPA Award 2013 – Photo Essay and Feature Story – “Waf Jeremie”

IPA Award 2013 – Photo Essay and Feature Story – “New Porrajmos”

PX3 – First Prize documentary Books – “Waf Jeremie”

PX3 – Third prize Books – “Waf Jeremie”

PX3 – Honorable Mention – “House with no roof”

Orvieto Photo Festival – Jury Prize – book “The Land of Palestine”

Orvieto Photo Festival – First Prize – book “Rom, figli di un dio minore”.

 

 

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