Gianluca Cecere, documentary photographer, was born in Naples, Italy, in 1968.
He studied Economics at the Federico II University of Naples. After nine years working as broker in a bank, he decided to devote himself professionally to the photography.
The subjects of his shots vary without a central omnipresent theme, however he mainly deals with documentary photography and his work focuses on the most on social, political and economic issues.
He has produced reportages in the Middle East, Asia, Africa, North America, Europe.
He is the author and photographer of the documentary "The Empty House" on organ trafficking during the war in Kosovo, finalist of Visa Pour L'Image-Perpignan 2010.
He has twice won the European Journalism Grant with two reportages, respectively, on the food problem in Egypt and the Watergrabbing in Palestine.
In September 2018 he published the book Walking The Line, Palestine and Israel along the border that does not exist, a trip along the green line after 50 years from the six days war.
He is represented, in German-speaking countries, by the agency Laif Agentur für Photos & Reportagen, based in Cologne.
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