Simone Passeri
Photographer

Born in Rome in 1970.

Professional photographer since 1997 with a great know-how in lighting and films became permanent collaborator of Angelo Cricchi and Susanna Ferrante for the Lost and Found studio and of many other professional photographers, cinematographers and movie directors such as Paolo Roversi and Ellen Von Unnwerth, Mario Orfini and Claudio Bellero, working for several years around the world in fashion, advertising, portraiture, cinema and more…

Since 2004 is a teacher of portraiture and fashion photography at ISFCI istituto superiore di fotografia e comunicazione integrata in Rome. Currently also he works with other major schools such as IED – Istituto Europeo di Design and Accademia di Costume e Moda

CLIENTS

Agencies: Gas Communication, Pidierre, Millennium Production
Brands: Wella, Kiko, Subdued, American Express, Diners Club international
Magazines: Mia Le Journal, B Magazine, Flewid

Simone Passeri
Photographer

Born in Rome in 1970.

Professional photographer since 1997 with a great know-how in lighting and films became permanent collaborator of Angelo Cricchi and Susanna Ferrante for the Lost and Found studio and of many other professional photographers, cinematographers and movie directors such as Paolo Roversi and Ellen Von Unnwerth, Mario Orfini and Claudio Bellero, working for several years around the world in fashion, advertising, portraiture, cinema and more…

Since 2004 is a teacher of portraiture and fashion photography at ISFCI istituto superiore di fotografia e comunicazione integrata in Rome. Currently also he works with other major schools such as IED – Istituto Europeo di Design and Accademia di Costume e Moda

CLIENTS

Agencies: Gas Communication, Pidierre, Millennium Production
Brands: Wella, Kiko, Subdued, American Express, Diners Club international
Magazines: Mia Le Journal, B Magazine, Flewid

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    Publication
    Spector Books
    International
    The space in which we live is determined by currents, by transitions. However, we are so used to moving around in this hypermodern world that we don’t even notice the currents that make up our lives. They are invisible, hidden in plain sight – until they collapse. The war in Ukraine is preventing the export of wheat, Covid-19 and timber shortages are making themselves felt in construction projects all over the world: These events are not just human tragedies, they are also an urgent reminder of global dependencies. (more…)
  • Hannah Villiger
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    Centre Pompidou
    Paris, France
    Bringing together around 100 works and documents from the collections of the Musée National d’Art Moderne and the Estate of Hannah Villiger foundation, this monographic exhibition dedicated to Swiss artist Hannah Villiger is the first of its kind in France. It pays homage to an artistic practice that oscillated between sculpture, photography and spatial architecture, beginning in the early 1970s and evolving until the mid-1990s. (more…)
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    Photographer
    Featured Profile
    Nan Goldin is an American photographer known for her deeply personal and candid portraiture. Goldin’s images act as a visual autobiography documenting herself and those closest to her. Her opus The Ballad of Sexual Dependency (1980–1986) is a slideshow of snapshots set to music that chronicled her life within the subcultures of New York during the 1980s. (more…)
  • Helena Uambembe: On the site of the Okavango
    Jun 7 – Jul 28, 2024
    Galerie Anton Janizewski
    Berlin, Germany
    The Okavango River demarcates the border between Angola and Namibia across a stretch of more than 400 kilometers. This boundary between the two countries is fortified by the thousands of crocodiles that live in the river. The uncle of Angolan-South African artist Helena Uambembe also once guarded this border. After fleeing civil war-torn Angola, he and the rest of Uambembe’s family lived on the southern side of the Okavango in what was then South West Africa as part of the 32nd Regiment of the South African Apartheid Army (more…)
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