Bijela traka

Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2014. Coming soon..

Taqsim - Here, but somewhere else

2013-2014. From the East to the West in search of a new life, even if Syrians dream of returning home. Hence, they remain pending.

As bad as the war

BiH, 2014. The flood that hit Bosnia is the worst in a century. Landslides raised fears about land mines planted during the war.

MaldiMare (Seasickness)

Italy, 2013-2014. Time seems to have stopped at the Industrial Revolution. The backdrop is that of the steel-work hub in Taranto.

The Bosnian Identity

Bosnia, 2009-2012. A journey into the memory of Bosnia, a nation still locked in a transition between past and future.

White boarders

Italy, 2013. The candid stretches of snow-fields amid thick mist and white snow-covered valleys appear as imaginary places.

The Croatian Soul

Croatia, 2012. Blazoned destination with a crystalline sea, a building-site in movement with the signs left by the Homeland war.

A silent scream for life

Croatia 2009-2012. After the World War II that which had once been a castle for nobility became a hospital for long-term patients.

Waiting on wasteland

Italy, 2011. Men, women and trans-gender who await their turn. Each immersed in the setting chosen as their place of work.

Soaked through

Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2011. The changing landscape of the country overflown by the river Trebisnjica.

Living quarters

Italy, 2009-2010. The disused classrooms of an Art School became a place where the stories of 90 families are interwoven.

Home sweet homeless

Italy, 2007-11. In 2003 Patrizia became part of the 1.600.000 people who hardly managed to find decent accommodation in the world.

Castles made of playing cards

Abruzzo, Italy 2009-2010. Castles made of playing-cards are an authentic illusion. They are unrealised desires, buried dreams.

Back and forth

New York, 2010. An urban farm in the Bronx, where more than 1500 clients work together to realize the hopes of rehabilitation.

The rom ghetto

Croatia, 2009. It is more than likely that many do not openly declare to being Rom for fear of latent racial discrimination.