Category archives: News

Vini naturali di Sicilia per L'Espresso
 
  • Vini naturali di Sicilia per L'Espresso

  • In vigna ti aspetta Calogero. Quel Calogero non è però il contadino baffi e capelli neri della Sicilia dei quadri antichi, ma è un giovane alto, capelli raccolti e t-shirt grigia dei Pink Floyd. Ha girato il mondo e dal punto più lontano dalla sua Sicilia, l’Australia, ha deciso che doveva tor[...]
NEL CUORE DELLA TERRA Palazzo Marchese Greco - Bivona
 
Omonia - Omania
 
  • Omonia - Omania

  • My nine months in Athens was a time of introspection, of looking in rather than looking at others, as I usually do in my life as a photographer. I had been to Athens many times before but had never thought of looking further at the area around the famous (or infamous) square that gives its [...]
How a Lifeline From China Changed Greece on Fortune
 
MADONIE PAESAGGI Museo civico Castelbuono
 
  • MADONIE PAESAGGI Museo civico Castelbuono

  • MADONIE PAESAGGI Fin dai suoi esordi la fotografa di paesaggio incrocia le aspettative della pittura di paesaggio, la narrazione cioè di una scena che possa restituire la dimensione e l’atmosfera di un spazio naturale, con la sua imponenza e grandiosità, rendendosi idilliaca i[...]
The Echo of History
 
  • The Echo of History

  •   My trip to Guinea Bissau was the last in a series of journeys to different countries around the world that were colonised by Portugal and still retain Portuguese as their lingua franca. Attempting to analyse the cultural mix of African and European influences I travelled to six cities [...]
Seminar at French School (EFA)
 
  • Seminar at French School (EFA)

  • Thursday 31 May 2018 We would like to invite you to the closing event of the series of seminars: Mobilities in/of Crises: Critical Investigations that will take place at the French School at Athens (EFA). Caesura* *A breath, a c[...]
'Caring for the Planet Starts from the Ground' for IFAD
 
Comment by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, on Mediterranean crossings over the weekend
 
Filicudi on 1683 Magazine
 
  • Filicudi on 1683 Magazine

  • Six and a half years ago I decided that my burnt-out sister needed a break from life that was more of an antidote than a holiday. This was not such an easy thing to deliver. A former foreign correspondent, she craved remote, wild, sparsely inhabited terrain to offset her weariness with the modern wo[...]
Migration stories for the British Red Cross on The Guardian