Alex Majoli | Daniele Dainelli | Lorenzo Cicconi Massi | Lorenzo Pesce | Marta Sarlo | Martino Lombezzi | Massimo Siragusa | Niccolò Degiorgis | Paolo Pellegrin | Simona GhizzoniLorenzo Pesce was born in Rome in 1973. After living for ten years in Los Angeles, New York, and London, in 2003 he joined Contrasto to take part in Eurogeneration, a project conducted by fourteen photographers documenting the lifestyles of youths in the twenty-five countries of the European Union. That same year, the prestigious American trade magazine PDN (Photo District News) listed him among the world's thirty emerging photographers to watch. In 2006 Pesce participated in the group project Beijing In and Out, which was later presented at the Milan Triennial. In 2007, in collaboration with Action Aid, he worked on a project on childhood in Cambodia which was then published in the book La ruota che gira. In 2008, together with his colleague Alex Majoli, he realized the project I volti di una nuova Milano, which became an exhibition sponsored by the ATM, Milan's public transport system. In 2010, he founded the Magliana Art Project, a creative space for video and photographic production. He contributes his work to creative agencies that carry out advertising campaigns for clients ranging from Boscolo to Conad, from Enel to Mulino Bianco. Pesce has taught at the American University in Rome, where he lives with his wife Giulia and their daughters Arianna and Carlotta.