Claudio Palmisano
Photographer

Claudio is a photographer who loves the sea and a post producer specialized in photojournalism.

He worked, works and will work with amazing photojournalists like Yuri Kozyrev, James Nachtwey, Francesco Zizola, Marcus Bleasdale, Lynsey Addario, Adam Ferguson, Alessandro Cosmelli, Gaialight, Tanya Habjouqa, Anastasia Taylor-Lind, Marco Longari, Stanley Greene, Massimo Siragusa, Paolo Pellegrin, and many many others.

You can see his tonings, on magazines like TIME, New York Times, National Geographic, l’Espresso…. or browse his (partial and slowly updated) toning portfolio on this site.

He’s cofounder of 10bphotography, teaches at ISFCI and when is not underwater likes to meet people in conferences and workshops around the world.

Claudio Palmisano
Photographer

Claudio is a photographer who loves the sea and a post producer specialized in photojournalism.

He worked, works and will work with amazing photojournalists like Yuri Kozyrev, James Nachtwey, Francesco Zizola, Marcus Bleasdale, Lynsey Addario, Adam Ferguson, Alessandro Cosmelli, Gaialight, Tanya Habjouqa, Anastasia Taylor-Lind, Marco Longari, Stanley Greene, Massimo Siragusa, Paolo Pellegrin, and many many others.

You can see his tonings, on magazines like TIME, New York Times, National Geographic, l’Espresso…. or browse his (partial and slowly updated) toning portfolio on this site.

He’s cofounder of 10bphotography, teaches at ISFCI and when is not underwater likes to meet people in conferences and workshops around the world.

  • Immemory
    Apr 12 – Jun 30, 2024
    Keelung Museum of Art
    Keelung City, Taiwan
    Immemory, “bē-kì-tit” in Taiwanese, is a memory project focusing on the “historical turn” in contemporary art over the past decade in specifically the local context of Keelung. The exhibition considers historical objects and facts as the “thing-in-itself,” aiming to explore Foucault’s concept of “historical a priori” through self-reflexive historiography. The project presents five leitmotifs: “archive fever,” “cold cold war,” “things as the historical a priori,” “politics of exosomatic memory,” and “settler colonialism vs colonialism.” (more…)