Harraga


book exhibition work in progress
-Those who burn borders- This is what the word Harraga means. Since 2010 the project followed the great issue of our time, the immigration, trying to describes as much deeper is possible this fundamental topic. From the African routes towards the European borders, to the Eastern European routes triggered by international crises that have never been healed; from mismanagement of the phenomenon to the policies of closing the borders implemented by European countries up to the dynamics of inclusion / exclusion for foreigners arriving on European territory.

-Those who burn borders- This is what the word Harraga means. Since 2010 the project followed the great issue of our time, the immigration, trying to describes as much deeper is possible this fundamental topic. From the African routes towards the European borders, to the Eastern European routes triggered by international crises that have never been healed; from mismanagement of the phenomenon to the policies of closing the borders implemented by European countries up to the dynamics of inclusion / exclusion for foreigners arriving on European territory. The immigration topic is saying to us that there are geographic areas that have imploded politically and economically and which will continue to be the driving force behind migratory flows, until the inequalities and the crises that trigger them are minimally remedied. Immigration is a sort of seismograph that shows us how serious are the crises that surround our countries, which enjoy a wealth that is often unknown beyond our borders. But it is also one of the great issues that shows us how the rights that are often taken for granted, such as civil rights or the right to move; they are not the same for all citizens.

Perpignan, Visa Pour L’Image, 2015

Milano, Forma Meravigli, 2017

Paris Expo, 2018