Milano, MI, Italia
Marcello Fauci was born in Crotone in 1984.
In 2010 he graduated from Rome’s Higher Institute of Photography and Integrated Communication (Istituto Superiore di Fotografia e Comunicazione Integrata).
In the same year he attended the workshop “Production of a Photographic Book” led by Japanese artist Rinko Kawauchi.
Marcello has produced a large number of photo reports from various locations around the world (including Serbia and the mines of Sulcis Iglesiente in the south of Sardinia).
In 2011, his photographic work was shown at the Tiscali auditorium in Cagliari, Sardinia, as part of the festival for young European photographers “MENOTRENTUNO”, while 2012 saw him undertake work in Egypt and the Gaza Strip.
In 2012 he also took part in the Memorandum Festival of Historical Photography, curating the “Diario di Calabria” exhibition, which drew on photographic material from the Randolfo Fauci archives, at Rome’s Luigi Pigorini National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography and Turin’s Museum of Natural History.
In 2013 he cross over to the Peninsula starting from Milan, destination Crotone; without using any veichles (no car, no train, no bus, no autostop, no flight, no horse), photographing places and people to build a travel diary called Italia a Piedi.
He currently lives in Milan and collaborates with a range of photographic agencies.
His work has been published in a number of magazines and newspapers.
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After several weeks of calm, violence has again flared between police and anti-government protesters, who are calling to oust President Viktor Yanukovych over corruption and an abandoned trade agreement with the European Union.
Italia a Piedi_2013
Cross Italy lengthways, starting from Milan, destination Crotone, without using any vehicle (no car, no train, no bus, no hitchhiking, no flight, no horse), photographing places and people and building up a travel diary.