Roma, RM, Italia
Giancarlo Ceraudo (Rome, 1969) is a documentary photographer based between Rome and Buenos Aires.
For ten years he has been documenting social, cultural, health and human rights issues with a focus on Latin America. His most ambitious and personally rewarding work has been “Destino Final”, an ongoing investigative and photojournalistic project that uncovers the crimes committed by the armed forces during the Argentinean dictatorship. Through painstaking research and human rights investigation "Destino Final" has helped to identify some aircraft used for the “death flights”.
He was represented by Grazia Neri Agency and Noor.
Giancarlo’s work has been widely published in Italian and International publications including L'Espresso, Internazionale, El Pais, GEO and National Geographic. His images are part of the collection of the Maxxi (National Museum of 21st Century Arts, Rome) and have been exhibited in galleries throughout Italy, Spain, France and the United States.
Giancarlo has an academic background in anthropology and has worked in Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. Since 2008 he has been working on a long-term project documenting changes in Cuba since the passage of power to Raul Castro.