Giuseppe Salerno * itinerant photographer.
- Timeless traveler and fascinated by the knowledge of the world.
- Giuseppe Salerno shaped his vision "on the road".
- Traveling makes him dream, and inspires his creativity.
- It take him to the encounter of humanity.
- Deeply nomad, he has turned his life into an art.
The power of an image
- - documents the starting situation of a project and shows progress and achievements;
- - tells a story and raises awareness about a topic;
- - testifies about the history of places, of persons, of working tools involved in a project;
- - more than a thousand words, the image catches the attention of the audience and allows the public to be closer to your work.
Exhibitions and projects: some examples
- "Amazing children": blind children learning to play the violin. The Yangon Gallery and British Council,
- Yangon, 2014.
- “The right to a future”: Celebration of the International Day of People with disabilities. European Union (EU)
- Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 2011
“Back to the Ancestors’ land”: daily life of Somali-Bantu Refugees in Tanzania, Chogo Settlement, UNHCR, 2010
- “Faces of Switzerland in Tanzania”: the presence of Swiss private sector, NGOs and Private Initiatives in Tanzania,
- Embassy of Switzerland, 2009
“Eunoto”: Maasai young male worriers initiation ceremony, Tanzania, French Cultural Centre, Dar es Salaam. Published by the BBC, 2008. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/shared/spl/hi/picture_gallery/07/africa_maasai_ceremony/html/1.stm
- “Courage”: life of the refugees and IDPs in Serbia, UNHCR, Spanish Cultural Centre
- Belgrade 2005.
- “HELP for Self-help”: micro-finance projects in the areas of agriculture, livestock and vocational
- training. HELP, German NGO, Belgrade 2004.
Photography is to write with light