Enrico Martino journey as a documentary and travel photojournalist, writer and multimedia storyteller has taken him to more than sixty countries. Contributor to most important Italian and international magazines and exibited in international expositions, covering political and documentary assignments in Italy, Europe, Middle and Far East, Africa, USA and Latin America, from the Kippur War to the Sahel famine, the the collapse of communism in East Germany, Hungary and Romania and the life of many indigenous communities in Mexico. It was also the first Italian photojournalist to report the US Marines training camps . In the last years he specialized in travel photo and texts reportages. He is also member of Nuestra Mirada, the website of many Latin American photographers. The yearly collaboration with the magazine Meridiani, for which has realized nearly more than 150 reportages, has allowed him to develop cultural and social reportages that are the focus of his professional and personal research. He has been working with projects focused on cities social problems, in Mexico City with Caritas, the Catholic social service operating in over 200 countries, and in Turin’s survey with CNEL, Italy’s official organisation that provides information and data on Italian economic and social life. He contributed also to Amnesty International calendars for Italy. Enrico has worked as member of the international jury in Panasonic Lumix Award.
Selected magazines: Meridiani, D-Repubblica, Epoca, Espresso, Panorama, Elle, Marie Claire, Europeo, Sette, Focus, Panorama Travel, In Viaggio, Airone, Atlante, Condé Nast Traveller, Belleuropa, Tuttoturismo, Gente Viaggi, Merian, Altair, Courier International, Der Spiegel, Die Zeit, Jeune Afrique, Rutas del Mundo, Morning Calm (South Korea), Roads and Kingdoms (USA).
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Messico (Idea Libri)
L’anima degli indios (EGA libri), “Indian soul”, on the daily life of maya campesinos of Altos de Chiapas.
Gente chiamata Torino (EGA libri).
Borgogna di pietra (Idea Libri), Cluny’s heritage and French Burgundy’s romanesque architecture.
Italie (Vilo, Paris)
Also contributed to various publishing houses and guidebooks
He gained five times the prestigious prizes Camera and Pluma de Plata awarded from the Mexico’s Republic President for cultural and travel reportages.
COLLECTIVE AND PERSONAL EXIBITIONS
Strade di carta, looking for the roots of Latin America’s writers (Kasa del Libro, Milano 2014)
Turin-Earth, città e nuove migrazioni (Torino 2011)
Facce da straniero, trent’anni di fotogiornalismo sull’emigrazione (Torino, 2010)
Cento anni di imprese per l'Italia (Roma, 2010)
Migrantes, Indian migration in Mexico City (Chicago 1999, Bologna 2006)
M’impiego ma non mi spezzo. Uffici. Impiegati (Milano, 2001)
Gente di Torino: (Torino 1997).
Baja California (Città del Messico, Queretaro, Acapulco, Buenos Aires, Berlino, Milano, Roma 1994-1995)
Chiapas (Palermo, Messina, Catania, Padova 1992)
Turismo e centri d'arte (Milano 1981)
I 35 giorni (Torino, 1980)
Reporter '70 (Torino, 1979)
His pictures are in libraries of the British Museum and in Geneve’s United Nations High Commissary for Refugees (UNHCR).
More than 150.000 images already
in archive, in continous increase, analogic and digital .
Available for assignments in photojournalism, travel, documentary photography, storytelling.
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Organisation and delivery of:
- photography workshops for beginners, advanced workshops, thematic workshops, travel and cultural workshops, photography workshops for corporations, companies and institutions, individual consultations in photography
- storytelling and multimedia photo presentations,
- long-term photographic assignments
- corporate photography
Enrico Martino reserves the right to pursue unauthorized users of these images. If you violate the intellectual property you will be liable for: actual damages, loss of income, and profits you derive from the use of these images, and, where appropriate, the costs of collection and/or statutory damages up to 100.000 euro.